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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

ALARM!!! THE NIGERIAN POLICE ATTACKS IPOB FAMILY AT UGWUASHI-UKU, DELTA STATE

ALARM!!! THE NIGERIAN POLICE ATTACKS IPOB FAMILY AT UGWUASHI-UKU, DELTA STATE

The report reaching Family Writer's correspondent has it that the Nigerian Government security operatives invaded IPOB meeting venue and started shooting. This led to the arrest of seven (7) of IPOB and others sustained serious injuries.

This is injustice in the eyes of the world. How soon will this wicked act on Biafrans end? We are being killed on daily basis just for agitating for a just course which is BIAFRA. The atrocities going on in Biafra land since the emergence of this agitation cannot be over emphasized. The security operatives have even legalized these heinous crimes against Biafrans in Nigeria such that one is forced ask if the World powers do not hear our cry. We want to state categorically that Biafra is older than Nigeria and Buhari is aware.  We are not going to retreat nor surrender. We must fight with the last drop of our blood to restore Biafra.

The Nigerian Police, Navy and army harasse, Intimidate the indigenous people of Biafra whenever they hold their family meeting and that of 7th May, 2017 was like any other. The news reaching us has it that IPOB activists  have been detained for no just reason. We call on the Inspector General of Police to do the needful and release them immediately, because IPOB is not an unlawful society as ruled by Justice Binta Nyako  of the Federal High Court of Nigeria . Therefore, we use this medium to call on the world leaders, lovers of freedom all over the world to take note of the genocide being committed by the  Muhammadu Buhari against Biafrans.   The world  should save the lives of Biafrans and put an end to this mischievous act on the people.

Sunday Okafor
Reporting For Family Writers

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