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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

BIAFRA: JOY IN NDOKI AS IPOB INAUGURATES IPOB FAMILY NDOKI ZONE IN IGWEOCHA BIAFRA LAND

BIAFRA: JOY IN NDOKI AS IPOB INAUGURATES IPOB FAMILY NDOKI ZONE



Maxwell Chuks Reporting for Family Writers

It was a thing of joy and happiness on the 1st of March 2017 as the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) Inauguration team in Igweocha(Rivers state) led by Hon. Prince Sunday visited the IPOB family Ndoki Zone in Obigbo, for Inauguration.

The Inauguration which looked lively with much celebration broke another record in Ndoki land because it was first of its kind; besides, the very day for the Inauguration was same day the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu appeared in the Federal high court Abuja where 6 out of the 11 count charges against him were quashed and the trial judge (Justice Binta Nyako) pronounced IPOB a legal group/organization as it is under the law. The Inauguration which kicked off after the court sitting; was held in Okoloma Afam Ndoki in a calm and peaceful atmosphere filled with celebration as smilies were seen on the faces of members of the zone.

After the Inauguration; the Inauguration team leader, Hon. Prince Sunday who expressed his gratitude, gave some words of advice to the family and urged them to be of good morals/example to others and most importantly, to always preach the gospel of the restoration of Biafra.
"No one will fight for your freedom if you don't stand up, that's why you must rise to your feet and make sure Biafra is restored", He said.

Speaking to Family Writers Press, the coordinator of the zone, Mr. Godwin Nna said it's a thing of Joy to him and the zone who have been expecting that great day which they'll be officially inaugurated. Furthermore, he thanked IPOB Inauguration team for the great visit and for inaugurating them as a zone.
Speaking alongside with other Biafrans, Mr. Godwin thanked Nnamdi Kanu(the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra) who did not abandon Biafrans or digress from the call by Chukwu Okike Abiama to restore Biafra despite different challenges and pains he have been through ever since he embarked on the task bestowed on him by Chukwu Okike.
"Now that we've been inaugurated, we promise to work hard and preach the gospel of the restoration of Biafra until Biafra is fully restored. We won't relent", the zone said with one voice.

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