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Monday 8 May 2017



Ekwenye Samuel Chukwunweike, Reporting For Family Writers.

To globalize the quest for the restoration of Biafra, a new IPOB zone was inaugurated at 55 Waterloo road, Sierra Leone on Sunday April 23, 2017.  The inauguration which started at exactly 15:00 GMT which was exactly 3pm and 4pm in Sierra Leone and Biafra respectively was presided over by the national coordinator of IPOB Sierra Leone, Apostle Timothy Ugochukwu Ogbodo.
The inauguration ceremony has not less than 45 people present and during which Mr. Chukwubuikem  Ndubuisi was successfully appointed and sworn in as the coordinator of the new zone.

In an interview with Family Writers' correspondent, Ekwenye Samuel Chukwunweike, the newly inaugurated zone's coordinator, Mr Chukwubuikem Ndubuisi vowed to take the gospel of Biafra and of truth to a greater height and assured us that  many more Biafrans residing within the area who are yet to join the struggle will be enjoined to join soon.  He promised as a leader to be honest, humble and to serve Biafra and Biafrans with all his strength.  He promised to remain loyal and faithful to the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra IPOB and the director of Radio Biafra London, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and to observe total obedience to the chain of COMMAND AND CONTROL in IPOB.

Currently, there are two IPOB zones in Sierra Leone. One is located in Freetown and the other, which is the newly created zone at Waterloo. However, the national coordinator of IPOB Sierra Leone, Apostle Timothy Ugochukwu Ogbodo added that very soon, more IPOB units will be inaugurated across every of the 18 Districts in Sierra Leone so as to open the eyes of our people to let them really know about their existence and the evil they are being subjected to in Nigeria on a daily basis. He promised to add more of his efforts to making sure that our director Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is released and Biafra restored within the shortest period of time.

Edited by Paul Ihechi Alagba,
For Family Writers.

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