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Friday 7 September 2018



Christopher Otu Ezeali
Reporting For Family Writers Press

The Peace/Reconciliation meeting fixed for Sunday 2nd September 2018, at Timber area in Igweocha Biafraland, could not  materialize after all. It was planned to wholistically resolve issues amongst aggrieved groups of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the area. The meeting was inclusive as the IPOB Igweocha Coordinator, Mazi David Njoku failed to show up neither was  any representative sent from his office.

Reports from African Women Representative, Mrs.Nkechi Kanu and one of the leaders of the aggrieved Igweocha groups, Mazi Opara Nwali Okocha indicated that Mazi Njoku was fully and duly informed about the meeting.

Mrs. Nkechi Kanu in her reaction to the absence of the Igweocha Coordinator and the accompanying disappointment, frowned at the leader's absence pointing out that such an act smacks of lack of interest for the over all and enduring peace of the Igweocha IPOB family. She further stated that the State Coordinator had declined on several peace/reconciliation moves earlier initiated to resolve issues that gave birth to various contentions the IPOB families in Igweocha had so far grappled with.

Mazi Odimgbe Ikechukwu, one of the Coordinators present in the meeting, who supported the position of Mrs. Nkechi Kanu, thereby declared the meeting inconclusive. Other aggrieved groups ably represented in the meeting including the leader of the Peace/Reconciliation Committee, unanimously voiced out in support of the declaration, awaiting further notice and clarification.

Mazi Opara Nwali Okocha in his closing remarks, thanked all the concerned Coordinators of the waring groups for their kind gesture, pointing out that the progress of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Igweocha and the Biafra restoration struggle can never be compromised. He enjoined all to strictly adhere to the instructions of our amiable and courageous leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

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