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Monday, 20 January 2020

IPOB Women Wing In Afikpo North LGA, Ebonyi State, Held Their First Meeting For The Year, 2020

Ipob Women Wing In Afikpo North LGA, Ebonyi State, Held Their First Meeting For The Year, 2020




The women wing of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in Afikpo North local government area of Ebonyi State, on Thursday 16th January 2020, held their first meeting for the year. The meeting was organized to evaluate their past performances and as  an avenue to fire them up for the tasks ahead in the Biafra restoration struggle.

Fully present in the meeting were the executive committee members. Also physically present were the Ebonyi State women leader, Lolo Chioma Iwuala, the Senatorial Women Leader, Odoziaku Florence Onuh and the Senatorial Coordinator, Mazi Oko Elijah.

Welcoming the participants, the Ebonyi State women Leader, Lolo Chioma Iwuala really expressed joy for their sacrifices and enjoined the Senatorial Women Leader to expedite action in the mobilization effort. She stated that women remain essential tools in the Biafra restoration project. She thanked the Senatorial Coordinator, Mazi Oko Elijah for his foresight and steadfastness in ensuring that IPOB within his jurisdiction, remains formidable and focused.

Responding, Mazi Oko Elijah reminded the women that much were yet being expected from them. He encouraged them to imbibe the spirit of  the 1929 Aba Women protesters in our time, informing them that the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu yet expects their right defiance, strength and doggedness in the struggle.

In her speech, the Senatorial Women Leader, Odoziaku Florence Onuh, heartily thanked her special guest, Lolo Chioma Iwuala for physically being present, declaring her as a virtuous mother who has the interest of Biafra freedom at heart. She passionately called on Ebonyi State women to arise from their slumber and contend for what rightly belongs to them and their children. She emphasized that the issue of Biafra is a collective one, wishing all, safe trips back home.

Christopher Otu Ezeali
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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