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Monday, 18 November 2019

BIAFRA: TRADITIONAL RULERS AND IPOB SUNLIGHT ESTATE ZONE 2 IN IGWEOCHA, BIAFRALAND, PROTEST AGAINST DEPLORABLE ROAD CONDITION

BIAFRA: TRADITIONAL RULERS AND IPOB SUNLIGHT ESTATE ZONE 2 IN IGWEOCHA, BIAFRALAND, PROTEST AGAINST DEPLORABLE ROAD CONDITION

The unbearable suffering of the people are daily taking their toll in this part of Biafraland, as it has elicited massive condemnation by the people. Traditional rulers and family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Sunlight Estate zone 2, in Obigbo local government area in Rivers State (Igweocha), staged a protest in frustration. This took place on Sunday 17th November 2019, as they pointedly decried the critical condition of Shell location road in Obigbo in Igweocha, Biafraland.

Shell Development Company, is a Multi-National Oil company engaged in decades of oil exploration in the area, feeding fat at the misery of the seemingly helpless indigenous population. Since 2015, this particular road has been in the state of disrepair despite the company's chain of lucrative operations within the vicinity.

IPOB Sunlight Estate members who reiterated their support to the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, stated that there remains absolutely no hope lfor the poor masses entrapped in this enclave called Nigeria. "Here is Shell location road. There are more than thirty (30) viable oil wells and in here with Shell steadily carrying out it's activities unperturbed, yet there is no water and there is no good road for the people. Shell should go!".

"For long, the Nigerian government has left the people here abandoned. We are seriously suffering. We are sick and tired of Nigeria. We want Biafra", IPOB family members of the zone further cried out in protest.

Maxwell Chuks
Reporting for Family Writers Press International














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