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Monday, 24 April 2017

BIAFRA: IPOB FAMILIES RAPIDLY EXPANDING IN IGWEOCHA AS THEY INAUGURATE ANOTHER ZONE-OBIGBO ZONE 7

BIAFRA: IPOB FAMILIES RAPIDLY EXPANDING IN IGWEOCHA AS THEY INAUGURATE ANOTHER ZONE-OBIGBO ZONE 7


• On the scene, State visiting leader and elders, prayed traditionally for the restoration of Biafra.


Maxwell Chuks
Reporting for Family Writers


The quest for Biafra is seriously taking new dimensions, different strategies and steps as the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) who are determined to restore Biafra at all cost, are seriously evangelizing, educating and sensitizing Biafrans all over Biafra land.

On the journey to further spread the gospel of the restoration of Biafra and sensitize the people, the formidable Indigenous people of Biafra in Igweocha, on the 23rd day of April 2017, inaugurated another IPOB family zone known as 'Obigbo Zone 7' in Obigbo LGA.
The colourful inauguration which attracted the presence of neighbors and passersby, kicked off at exactly 2pm in a church where the zone first prayed for the restoration of Biafra and the release of the amiable leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

During the inauguration; the state visiting team leader Hon. Prince Sunday and the Igweocha South East Senatorial leader, Hon. Chigozie emphasized on the need why the zone and other IPOB families should double their efforts by ensuring they further evangelise for the restoration of Biafra and sensitize Biafrans, most especially those who live in the rural areas.
Speak further; Hon. Chigozie adviced the zone to remain steadfast, be their brother’s keeper and always work and pray for the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu(the leader of Indigenous people of Biafra).

To complete the inauguration proper; the Igweocha(Rivers state) visiting team leader also prayed traditionally, likewise elders from the zone who prayed with different dialects for Biafra and against those who are bent on sabotaging the struggle and hindering the quick restoration of Biafra

After the closing remark by the zone's coordinator; during a brief interview, members of the newly inaugurated zone expressed their gratitude and thanked the leader of Indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who didn't give up nor backslide in the struggle for Biafra,, despite intimidations and inhumane treatments unleashed on him by the Nigeria government.
Speaking further to Family Writers' correspondent, they vowed to remain steadfast and work acidiously until Biafra is restored.

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