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Thursday, 19 December 2019

IPOB DELTA STATE CHAPTER IN A CRUCIAL GATHERING AT UGHELLI

IPOB DELTA STATE CHAPTER IN A CRUCIAL GATHERING AT UGHELLI


The gathering of the family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Delta State chapter, from different locations, took place in Ughelli, Biafraland, on Sunday 15th December 2019 amidst gladness.  The meeting commenced in earnest with an opening prayer and remarks given by the IPOB Delta State Coordinator, Mazi John Chukwuma. He thanked all for brushing aside every other engagement to accord the meeting a worthy attention from across the State.

Presentation of kola nuts according to Biafra tradition was made by the unit/zonal coordinators. Following this was a brief update of the restoration struggle within this part of Biafraland by the State Executives and other Principal Servants.

In his submission, the Delta South District coordinator, Engineer Akpos said, "IPOB as the world's most formidable and largest indigenous mass movement that is fighting for freedom, has really grown beyond bounds and far above what the enemies can handle".

The Delta State Coordinator, Mazi John Chukwuma, encouraged all family members including stakeholders and hardcores to remain firm and unruffled in the fight for Biafra restoration. He maintained that the shackles of Fulani Caliphate which had held people enslaved for years must assuredly, be destroyed. "We need to fight and get Biafra in order to achieve our dreams. We cannot fulfill our God given aspirations as a people, remaining in Nigeria. It will be sacrilegious singing the Lord's song in a strange land. Many have paid the price and so, we must not look back in the pursuit for Biafra freedom. This is the only way we can appreciate all those who died for fighting for you and I", he concluded.

Delta State Public Relations Officer (PRO), Mazi Ashaka in his address, outlined how the coordinators and family members can effectively play the role of being their brothers keepers. He encouraged all to aggressively carry the Biafra restoration gospel to their localities for detailed sensitization of our people. Speaking emphatically, he said "we should always be  our brothers keepers in this very struggle. Try as much as possible to watch the  back of your fellow comrades/family members in your districts, zones and units by which, we can collectively emerge more formidable and united even before our enemies".

Delta State Central District Coordinator, Mazi Goodluck in his speech, heartily appreciated the brethren for their sacrifices in attending the meeting. He recalled his experience during his arrest and detention in the hands of the Nigerian police, just because he is a Biafran. "I am proud to be a Biafran", he conclusively declared after a brief narrative of his ordeal.

Sunday Okafor
Reporting for Family Writers Press International







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