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Monday, 29 July 2019

IPOB OBIO/AKPOR AREA 1 ELDERS COUNCIL CARRIES OUT ANOTHER SIGNIFICANT BIAFRA LIBATION EXERCISE

IPOB OBIO/AKPOR AREA 1 ELDERS COUNCIL CARRIES OUT ANOTHER SIGNIFICANT BIAFRA LIBATION EXERCISE

The total restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra is evidently inevitable which only the spiritual can fathom. Forces are exceptionally re-aligning themselves for this purpose and no powers under the sun can truncate this divinely orchestrated agenda. The Obio/Akpor Area 1 Elders Council of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Igweocha Province of Biafraland, ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, carried out yet another significant Biafra traditional LIBATION EXERCISE on Friday 26th July 2019, with a funfair.

Colourfully adorned in their Biafra traditional caps, the elders encouragingly turned up in their numbers to accord the exercise, a well deserved honor. Kicking off with the day's activity under schedule, was an opening prayer led by elder Aniekan Sam Udoh which was followed by the traditional breaking of kolanuts as presented by the Elders Council Chairman, elder Uchenna Nwachukwu, an indigene of Nneise community, in Ikeduru local government area in Imo Province, Biafraland. Elder Kelvin Okafor, representing Anambra (Biafra's first son), prayed over the kolanuts.

The corroborative explanations of elders Onyemachi Peter (Area 1 Elders Council Media Head) and Chukwuemeka C. Israel, pertaining the significance of the famous Biafra traditional cap which appears in different colors and sizes, was interestingly enlightening. Wearing the cap and throwing it backwards signifies bad omen, throwing it frontwards is indicative of the wearer going on an important/peaceful mission while throwing it sideways either to the right or left side signifies one embarking on ceremonial/joyful missions. It is important that wearers of this traditional cap fully understand the full import attached, most especially within the IPOB global family as converse interpretations besides these cannot be accounted for. It was also stated that the cap must be worn respectfully, purposefully and understandably by the concerned. Wearing it by every male gender of Biafra origin or otherwise, is a desecration of it's sanctity.

Elder Onyemachi Peter wholeheartedly commended his fellow elders in the Area 1 Council for brushing aside every other engagements and according the day's event the desired attention with their presence. He reiterated that henceforth, the number of attendees as recorded, will form the bulk of membership of the Council, warning that ghost membership will no longer be tolerated. Other issues of interest relating to the Biafra restoration struggle were equally highlighted. Members were encouraged to always keep abreast with authentic information on developments around Biafraland as traditional and spiritual gate keepers.

Biafra LIBATION EXERCISE which earnestly commenced with the Elders Council Chairman, elder Uchenna Nwachukwu who stood in for Afor market day and taking the first shot, however climaxed the day's event. Elder Kelvin Okafor stood in for Nkwo market day, elder Joseph Worlu stood in for Eke market day while elder Aniekan Sam Udoh stood in for Orie market day. The Elders Council Chairman conclusively sealed up the Libation with prayers, with other members of the council giving reverberating Iseeeeee (Amen), in response.

Conference calls were made via the platform of Radio Biafra Extra live broadcast to the global community. The elders respectively took their turns to reach out to the IPOB leadership/global family in appreciation for the work so far accomplished. They also used their diverse Biafra indigenous dialects to appeal to the conscience of their people across Biafraland to keep the focus against the genocidal antics of the marauding Fulani killer herdsmen terrorists within their localities/communities, assuring them of untainted victory in the face of the raging Islamic orchestrated war of conquest and domination. Elder Onyemachi Peter (Area 1 Elders Council Media Head), summed it all up with appreciation to the IPOB African Representative cum Radio Biafra Extra Anchor, Mazi George Onyeibe for the ample opportunity granted the elders to air their views via live radio broadcast. The occasion was brought to a close with an air of a mission well accomplished.

Peter Oshagwu
Reporting for Family Writers Press International














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