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Monday, 29 July 2019

MULTIPLE IPOB FAMILY UNITS EMERGE IN OBIOMA COUMMUNITY IN UDI LGA OF ENUGU PROVINCE OF BIAFRALAND

MULTIPLE IPOB FAMILY UNITS EMERGE IN OBIOMA COUMMUNITY IN UDI LGA OF ENUGU PROVINCE OF BIAFRALAND

It is heartwarming to report that the mobilization drive embarked on in Obioma community in Udi local government area of Enugu State, Biafraland, is yielding the desired results. Huge successes are being recorded in the area as the Mobilization Team of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, stormed Udi community with the Biafra restoration gospel. The message was fully grasped as multiple family units were established as a testimonial for the job well done.
Throngs of Udi community people turned up to indicate their uncoerced willingness in identifying with the IPOB family.

People of Amachara in Obioma Udi unequivocally responded to the call to support the Biafra restoration quest. Men, women, old and young, cheerfully joined the family.


Meanwhile, there has been a recorded attack by the Fulani cattle herders killer terrorists in the area, resulting in the death of an indigenous woman. Community members shared their stories in turn with IPOB Mobilization officers, regarding the provocative menace of the Fulani Islamic killers.

The mobilization team was led by the Enugu State Mobilization Departmental Head, Mazi Chukz Egwuatu alongside the Enugu-West Senatorial Mobilization Officer, Mazi Ndu Okwudili and other principal officers within Obioma and Udi.

Biafrans residing in the vicinities and yet undecided, are hereby encouraged to join the one big family of IPOB, to collectively ensure that the freedom of our peopl/land from the hands of these satanic cyclone called Nigeria is totally realised.

The mobilization drive across Udi local government area, continues!

Mazi Egwuatu Chukz
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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