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Tuesday, 16 April 2019

IPOB: OBIO/AKPOR AREA 2 EXECUTIVES, PAY FAMILIARIZATION VISIT TO OGINIGBA FAMILY ZONE IN IGWEOCHA PROVINCE

IPOB: OBIO/AKPOR AREA 2 EXECUTIVES, PAY FAMILIARIZATION VISIT TO OGINIGBA FAMILY ZONE IN IGWEOCHA PROVINCE

The general monthly meeting of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Oginigba family zone in Igweocha Province, Biafraland, on Saturday 13th April 2018, recorded yet another encouraging milestone in reliving IPOB family relationship as it joyfully hosted some executives of Obio/Akpor Local Government Area 2. Leading the entourage was the Area 2 Coordinator,  Mazi Wisdom Elochukwu Okafor. Others include Elder Chukwunonyerem I. Njoku, Chairman, Area 2 Elders Forum and Mazi Ututu Buike, Coordinator, Elelenwo/MTN Family Zone 1.

Welcoming the visiting LGA Executives and Oginigba family members to the meeting, the zonal coordinator, Mazi Onyedikachi Bright Uba, expressed gratitude to God for life and journey mercy granted. He assured all that the full restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra remaineth but a shortwhile and solicited for total commitment and discipline of members.

In his brief but pointedly exciting lecture, the zonal chairman of the Elders Forum, elder Dennis Nwankwo stressed the full import of the Biafra restoration struggle, by drawing comparative analysis between the sacrifices of the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Britain and the biblical Moses in the land of Egypt, all for the total emancipation of their people from slavery and servitude. He encouraged all to remain resilient and courageous, the persecutions notwithstanding, for it will not endure.

In his address, Mazi Wisdom Elochukwu Okafor, the Obio/Akpor LGA 2 coordinator, drew his scriptural anology from the Bible book of Deuteronomy chapter 28 verse 29, cautioning that the marauding Fulani Islamic killers and their cohorts are yet carrying on with their enterprises and that the only pancea to this malady, is for us to rediscover ourselves in God as a people. He passionately stated that there exists times for war and peace and so we must eschew cowardice, timidity and ignorance. The family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) were encouraged to get their minds fixed and remain undeterred. The Area 2 coordinator further warned that  many in the Biafra restoration struggle, would yet drop by the way side due to their carelessness. Only the doggedly committed will brace through as the fight for our freedom heightens. "The nation of Biafra must surely come with or without us", he maintained, frowning at the gross indiscipline and sabotage that exist amongst the family. He insisted that such acts would no longer be condoned. For Biafra to be restored, all IPOBians need to embrace the principle of "Command and Control" as clearly spelt out by the IPOB leadership, as we arw privileged to part of the struggle. The implications of the oath of allegiance administered with, must never ever be compromised, he further warned. Mazi Wisdom Elochukwu Okafor enjoined all to wake up from slumber. He encouraged members to embrace unity, being instruments of love/valuable assistance for one another, eschew bitterness/biasness and ensure patronage for one another's businesses.

The Obio/Akpor Local Government Area 2 Elders Forum Chairman, Elder Njoku I. Chukwunonyerem appreciated the encouraging presence of the elders in the zone and decried their continued absence from meetings at the local government level. He encouraged them to be up and doing; and requested that all those who are yet to identify with the IPOB movement, should be immediately reached.

A Biafran veteran and a hardcore family member of IPOB in Oginigba zone, Mazi Udechukwu U. S., thanked the visiting Area 2 Executives in particular and the entire family members of the zone for the day's meeting. He emphasized that it is always a thing of joy for him as a person, to be in the midst of his people who are strongly bonded towards achieving a common goal for the overriding interest of all. He equally encouraged the brethren to be courageous and resolute in the struggle.

The IPOB Oginigba Zonal Coordinator, Mazi Onyekachi Bright Uba, eulogised the Biafran spirit vividly seen amongst members and exceptionally appreciated all for making the day's meeting a worthwhile one. He called for synergy and dedication in helping to successfully drive home the task set before us.

Elder (Chief) Richard Dike, an Oginigba indigene, said the closing prayers. He thanked Chukwuokike Abiama (God Almighty), for the success of the day's meeting. All departed for home, joyfully overwhelmed by the event of the day.

Peter Oshagwu
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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