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Tuesday, 10 September 2019

BIAFRA: "EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP TOWARDS NATION BUILDING"

BIAFRA: "EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP TOWARDS NATION BUILDING"


A one day Leadership  Training/Educational Symposium, organized by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Area 2 Zone 2, Obigbo - Igweocha, Biafraland, in conjunction with Family Writers Press International, took place on Sunday 8th September, 2019. The training program with the theme: "EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP TOWARDS NATION BUILDING", was graced by a cream of IPOB diginitaries from within Igweocha  particularly and Biafraland which included chiefs, elders, men, women, children, the famous Biafran music artiste,  Don Prince (aka Sampe) and IPOB affiliate media groups, etcetera.

The IPOB family members of Area 2, zone 2, Sunlight Estate, were all beautifully adored in Biafra colours as they danced out in files, welcoming all the attendees. Biafra National Anthem which signalled commencement of events was rendered. Don Prince (aka Sampe) also gave scintillating numbers in entertainment.

Lectures centred on: "Leadership Training/Educational Symposium" by Mark Sokwaibe, "Biafra Today - The Way Forward" by Professor Immeh, "Islamisation/Fulanisation Agenda of the Hausa-Fulani Oligarchy" by Chief Celestine and "Biafra Referendum" by Mr. Ikechukwu Iwuoha.

Family Writers Press International, co-organizer of the event, was ably represented by it's National Vice President - Mazi Paul Ihechi Alagba, Deputy Editor-in-chief  - Mazi Peter Oshagwu, Senior Correspondents/Reporters - Mazi Maxwell Chuks and Mazi Loveson Agweye.

Certificates were equally awarded at the end of the day to seventeen (17) participants. The one day leadership training program was entirely successful devoid of any security breach as a crack team of IPOB Volunteers detailed to the venue lived up to their billings. The organisers must be highly commended for thinking it wise to package such a uniquely enriching program for Biafrans especially at such a time we are in. Trainings like this across Biafraland should be encouraged at intervals for our people, preparatory to the building of the soon coming Biafra nation.

Peter Oshagwu
Reporting for Family Writers Press International















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