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Wednesday, 20 November 2019

IPOB OBIO/AKPOR AREA 2 IGWEOCHA, IN A CRUCIAL MEETING WITH IT'S ZONAL COORDINATORS AND THEIR DEPUTIES

IPOB OBIO/AKPOR AREA 2 IGWEOCHA, IN A CRUCIAL MEETING WITH IT'S ZONAL COORDINATORS AND THEIR DEPUTIES




Proactively re-strategizing to hit anticipated results in accordance with the laid down objectives of the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) globally, the Obio/Akpor Area 2 in Igweocha, Biafraland,  on Sunday 17th November 2019, hosted it's zonal coordinators and their deputies in a crucial general meeting. Also present were the Executives of the Local Government Area. The Obio/Akpor Area 2 Chief Principal Servant (Coordinator), Mazi Wisdom Elochukwu Okafor, comprehensively bared his mind through his exhortation pertaining the need for all as Biafrans, to really rediscover their roots. He cautioned against the deceptive wind of indoctrination aimed only at hampering the irrefutable and irreplaceable Biafra ancestry and belief.

IPOB oath of allegiance was re-administered on all the participants, as a critical reminder of their commitment to the Biafra restoration struggle. The Area 2 Coordinator admonished all to guide against laxity and all shades of anti-IPOB indices in their daily activities. He harped on the need for all as principal officers in their respective zones to strictly adhere to the acceptable norms that will only compliment the Biafra restoration struggle.

Mazi Ojiogu Ogbonda, an Indigenous son of Woji, in Ihuruoha kingdom, Igweocha, was introduced as the Coordinator of the newly inaugurated IPOB Alcon family zone while Mazi Ambrose Ochiemu, was introduced as the Acting Coordinator of IPOB Oginigba family zone respectively. The two zonal coordinators were duly welcomed into the leadership family. It is also encouraging to note here that with the creation/inauguration of Alcon family zone, Woji presently has a total number of three IPOB family zones.

All the zonal coordinators and their respective officers were advised, to totally stay clear from all IPOB Women related issues in their zones except on issues of definitive clarifications and guidance.

The zonal coordinators and their deputies were reminded that no zone or unit anywhere under the IPOB leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is permitted to bear nicknames like "Warriors or Lion" zones, etcetera. This nomenclature has been outlawed and any person or group of persons found going against this order will be excommunicated from the IPOB, according to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's statement in his Radio Biafra live broadcast of Saturday 16th November, 2019.

Mazi Prince Chisom Iheukwumere, the Obio/Akpor Area 2 Media Head, thanked the zonal coordinators for their support so far, to the media personnel in their respective zones. He encouraged them to do more through the provision of relevant media-related gadgets, accessories, etcetera. The zonal coordinators were also advised to ensure through their media staff, the creation of recommended media platforms for easy and accessible information dissemination. Collaborating his stand was the Rivers East Senatorial Media Head, Mazi Francis Ikpe, who equally called on the zonal coordinators to ensure that their media personnel are given the enabling working environment to effectively function. This he maintained, will greatly enhance the Biafra restoration struggle.

In closing, Mazi Wisdom Elochukwu Okafor, the Obio/Akpor Area 2 Coordinator, enjoined the zonal coordinators and their deputies to see to it that they effectively and efficiently live up to their billings. He passionately prayed for divine wisdom, guidance, protection, victory and provision to all in general and particularly, for the IPOB leader - Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and other principal officers who remain courageously determined in the pursuit for the total restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra.

Peter Oshagwu
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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