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Wednesday, 6 September 2017

IPOB Donates Food Items, Drugs And Other Materials To Detainees In PortHarcourt Maximum Prisons

IPOB Donates Food Items, Drugs And Other Materials To Detainees In PortHarcourt Maximum Prisons

Ibeh Gift Amarachi,
Reporting For Family Writers Press.

The Indigenous People Of Biafra, under the unrivalled leadership of citizen Nnamdi Kanu, has in the traditional way of granting mammoth support and abutment, donated Food items to the remaining IPOB detainees at Port Harcourt Maximum Prisons.

The Leadership of IPOB did not stop at donating food items, it also accorded Medical Care(which included diagnosis and the provision of drugs) as well as other necessary materials for the detainess.

The frequent and persistent support is a promise made by IPOB Leadership, of which the leadership has no plans of stopping this kind gesture.

IPOB has also vowed to foot the bills of released detainees, who will definitely be rebuilding Life from the scratch and as well sued the Nigeria Government for damages and unlawful detention of her members, whose crime was exercising their self determination human right, which is in total accordance with the United Nations Charter on the rights of indigenous people.

The inmates however, reaffirmed their support to the Biafra course, on seeing the unprecedented kind gesture frequently shown to them, by IPOB Leadership. The Prison warders who are now accustomed with the incessant support accorded to all IPOB detainees in their custody, appreciated the colossal effort of IPOB leadership, accompanied with resounding praises.

The case of the IPOB detainees, who were charged for Treasonable Felony and Unlawful Gathering, is being legally fought by IPOB Legal Team.
The fiddled judiciary system of Nigeria and Court Vacation, have kept all cases adjourned by the Rivers State High Court to October. The court ruling is pending till resumption of the judiciary, hence a barricade to the release of the activists.

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