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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

IPOB IMO STATE CHAPTER EXTENDS SENSITIZATION OUTREACH TO INDIGENES RESIDENT IN IGWEOCHA, BIAFRALAND

IPOB IMO STATE CHAPTER EXTENDS SENSITIZATION OUTREACH TO INDIGENES RESIDENT IN IGWEOCHA, BIAFRALAND




The Imo State officials of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), comprising the State Coordinator, Mazi Abraham, his Secretary, Mazi Ogbonna, Welfare Officer, Mazi Fidelis and the State Women Leader, Lolo Maria, successfully undertook a journey to Igweocha (Rivers State), Biafraland, on Saturday 16th November, 2019. It was purposefully carried out in line with a strategic follow-up design, aimed at sensitizing Imo State born IPOB family members resident outside the State but within Biafraland, on sensitization drive. Part of the message taken to these citizens was for them to fully understand the disadvantageous outcome that will follow the non recognition of their persons, if their present docility remains in their respective communities as IPOB members when Biafra comes, despite their participation and activeness in IPOB related functions in their locations outside their native homes.

The Imo State Coordinator, Mazi Abraham outlined details of the extensive sensitization drive being currently embarked on in Imo State which definitely, will reach all Imo indigenes residing elsewhere across Biafraland. This outreach program he reiterated, will help in not only enlightening our people but also causing them to identify whom they really are. It will also jolt them into ensuring that IPOB family units are created and effectively functioning in their various communities down home.

The Igweocha (Rivers State) Coordinator, Mazi David Njoku recorded his presence as a host in the meeting. He on behalf of the Imo State born IPOB family members resident in the State, thanked the Imo State Coordinator and his team for the visit and for putting in place, such a laudable approach in reaching family members. This he further maintained, will properly educate many in the Biafra restoration project.

The enormous benefit of this objective cannot however, be over-emphasized. The meeting was eventually brought to a close with all expressing joy of fulfillment.

Ben Alvin Obi
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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