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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

DELTA STATE IPOB MOURNS

DELTA STATE IPOB MOURNS

Report by Chukwu Chibest
For Family Writers Press

IPOB Delta state chapter today 2nd October, 2017, join Biafrans all over the world and in Biafra land to mourn all the Biafra activists that died in active service and most especially that that were killed by the Nigerian military during  "Operation Python Dance".

The event started at exact 12noon with prayers, a minute silent and candle light procession in commemoration of the dead. They were all dressed in a black mourning attire. However Delta state coordinator Mazi John Chukwuma, questioned why anybody in Nigeria and in Biafraland will be proud to celebrate Nigeria @57 with so much hardship in the land and also decried the incessant killing of Biafran youth on the guise of a codenamed operation that, according to him, should be directed to war torn Northern Nigeria than the peaceful South-east where the agitation for Biafra is not posing any threat to the polity unlike Boko Haram that has ravaged the North beyond recognition with death toll on the increase. Continuing, Mazi Chukwuma opined that IPOB despite being proscribed and tagged a terrorist organisation, has remained strong even in the face of state sponsored intimidation.

Furthermore, Mazi Chukwuma said that abducting the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and holding him incommunicado by the Nigerian military will change nothing as Biafra restoration project is bigger than Nnamdi Kanu or any individual for that matter. He also urged Biafrans to continue demanding the Nigerian military to produce the leader of IPOB dead or alive on 17th, October, 2017 billed for the continuation of his court case with the Nigerian government.

The event ended with prayers and final commitment of the dead to the hands of Almighty Chukwu Okike Abiama, even as they prayed may the souls of dead Biafrans continue to rest on but not without fighting for justice until Biafra is finally restored. They also reiterated their unalloyed loyalty to the supreme leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and their unfettered quest for Biafra restoration.

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