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Wednesday, 1 January 2020

IPOB FAMILY UNITS ESTABLISHED IN OGOJA, CROSS RIVER STATE, BIAFRALAND

IPOB FAMILY UNITS ESTABLISHED IN OGOJA, CROSS RIVER STATE, BIAFRALAND

Additional family units of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), have joyfully been established in Ogoja axis of Cross River State in Biafraland, courtesy of IPOB indefatigable Mobilization Department. The train of Biafran restoration gracefully landed at this part of Biafraland, with the sole purpose of sensitizing the communities within the area about the struggle. Ogoja local government area shares a common boundary with Ambazonians in Southern Cameroon. The region is highly blessed with large expanse of arable land suitable for agriculture.

The mobilization team arrived Ogoja on Saturday 28th December 2019 with the Biafran message of hope and restoration. The mission was taken to both the people of Ogoja and Boki local government areas of the State. Through the aid of evangelical means and some dedicated locals, the preaching, education and conviction of the people with the restoration gospel, was easy, recording encouraging results. Community members turned up enmass to receive the gospel as dutifully propagated by Mazi Nku Joseph and the IPOB Enugu State Mobilization Officer, Mazi Egwuatu Chukz. They journeyed to Cross River State to help expand the family units across the region. IPOB principal officers from Abakpa area of Ogoja were equally on ground to receive the members of the newly established family units for proper follow up.

The mobilization drive also carried out free distribution of large copies of Biafra calendars, messages and magazines to the brethren for more information about the Biafra restoration project.

It is also heartwarming to report here that prominent community men happily joined the IPOB family. Even notable traditional rulers embraced the restoration message, encouraging their youths and adults to believe in the gospel as that remains their only beacon of hope. The mobilization exercise took place in Ndok and Adagom communities in Ogoja local government area. From there, the train took off to Ukuaro community in Boki local government area.

Non reception of Radio Biafra signals within various communities was the main complaint of the people. They passionately pleaded with the IPOB leadership to help install radio transmitters across Cross River North Senatorial District for the desired coverage and reception.

Meanwhile, there is the dire need for huge assistance for mobilization effort. This will in no small measure, aid in the creation of additional family units across the entire Cross River State.

Egwuatu Chukz
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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