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Friday, 25 January 2019

IPOB SUNLIGHT ZONE IGWEOCHA, GIFTS MEDIA EQUIPMENT TO FAMILY WRITERS PRESS

IPOB SUNLIGHT ZONE IGWEOCHA, GIFTS MEDIA EQUIPMENT TO FAMILY WRITERS PRESS

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the umbrella body of Sunlight Estate Zone in Igweocha, Biafraland, has very kindly gifted Family Writers Press with some specialised event-coverage media equipment. This took place during her last general meeting, past weekend.

The charismatic Zonal Coordinator,  Mazi Izuchukwu Agu, while presenting some sets of the gadgets (phone tripods) to Family Writers Press representative, pointedly remarked that the most potent arm of IPOB, remains the media which as intelligently and professionally spearheaded by Family Writers Press amongst other affiliate media groups within the IPOB global family. Mazi Izuchukwu Agu whose zone holds the unbreakable record of being the first organiser of Biafra Genocide Exhibition in Biafraland in 2018, expressed the urgent need for Biafrans to massively invest in the media which undoubtedly, is an indispensable feature as clearly guaranteed by the United Nations Charter on the rights of the indigenous people globally. He however, encouraged Family Writers Press to keep up the flame by adequately and courageously enlightening Biafrans through all acceptably available means.


Amongst the remarkable attributes of this unique IPOB family (Sunlight Estate Zone), is the highly enlightened children's department. During the incarceration of the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in Kuje prisons, Abuja, scores of children from this zone, were conveyed to the Nigerian capital city to register their position. Their presence was a delightful shock to the global community as they were seen passionately singing and protesting for the IPOB leader's release.

IPOB Sunlight Estate Zone comprises of seven Units with a coordinator each. Total number of registered membership spans over three hundred (300).

Paul Ihechi Alagba
Reporting For Family Writers Press

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