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Thursday, 14 September 2017

BREAKING! NNAMDI KANU AMBUSHED BY NIGERIA MILITARY; IPOB LEADER OUT OF REACH

BREAKING! NNAMDI KANU AMBUSHED BY NIGERIA MILITARY; IPOB LEADER OUT OF REACH

Verified information reaching the situation room of Family Writers Press has it that a group of heavily armed Nigeria Military officials has finally broken into the house of the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

As it stands, it is uncertain if the IPOB leader is still alive as he is currently nowhere to be reached or found.

Our Senior International Correspondent and National leader of Family Writers Press, Mazi Somto Somto Okonkwo is also currently out of reach on all his contact medium.

Also confirmed reports from Igweocha Port-Harcourt has it that about five Air Force Jet Fighters have just departed Air force Base Port-Harcourt heading for Umuahia Abia state.

Family Writers Press are putting the world on notice because an impending destruction is awaiting Nigeria, should anything happen to Nnamdi Kanu and those around him.

5 comments

  1. This is a collective insult on all Igbos and Biafrans in general. If anything happens to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his family; the IPOB and all Biafrans must organize to teach Buhari, Brutai and Islamic Nigeria and their collaborators a huge lesson. Nigeria must be destroyed period because it’s already a cursed nation. This cannot be swept under the carpet. These barbaric Hausa-Fulani savages do not have monopoly of violence and war. This is the last battle to free Biafra from these murderous and satanic savages called Hausa-Fulani and their evil collaborators.

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  2. Now what are we to do? They will not let Nnamdi KANU alive, but I pray they do. So my question is what are we going to do next?

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  3. This one is more than sweeping into carpet. This is when to know if the UN law and EU law of human right will not put buhari and his agent to justice. Now is when we know if african case is treated differencely.

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  4. We have kept silent for long and things are no longer the way we see it. we better raise and defend ourselves before it too late

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  5. Make una go carry gun fight naa. Wetin una still dey do online. Dem don catch dear keader una still dey here dwy bla bla bla. Na UN go come foght the war for Biafra?

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