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Wednesday, 5 February 2020

IPOB Enugu State Principal Officers Hold Their First Meeting Of The Year 2020

IPOB Enugu State Principal Officers Hold Their First Meeting Of The Year 2020


Love, truth, unity, respect, equality, justice and freedom are those exceptional values that characterise the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). These naturally flow through the veins and bloodstreams of genuine sons and daughters of Biafra. Of course, it is a proof behind the mammoth convergence of family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in whatever relevant occasion they so deem fit, regarding the Biafra restoration struggle. Such greatly plays out as the family members of the Enugu State Chapter, pay heed to the clarion call of their coordinators under the able leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, geared towards fast tracking IPOB's drive as a formidable global movement.

The first general meeting organized by the Enugu State Executives for the year, for all the Principal Officers held on Sunday 2nd February 2020, witnessed such a glorious and encouraging turnout. The meeting commenced at 10:00am with prayers of thanksgiving to Chukwuokike Abiama (God Almighty), who in His infinite love and mercy, has brought the family thus far. Re-administration with IPOB oath of allegiance on all gathered as the culture is, followed.

The Enugu State Coordinator, Mazi Chinonso in his opening speech, explicitly addressed the gathering, which heralded discussions for the day. The meeting afforded the officers the opportunity to evaluate their performances in the past year and to re-strategize for greater results. Copies of the updated version of the Biafra National Anthem was distributed with instruction to the attendees to make additional copies that will reach other members for proper recitation in their various units and zones across the state. It was also stated that all should redouble their effort as the restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra was imminent.

All the participants were heartily appreciated for their sacrifices towards the meeting, their private engagements notwithstanding. The need to remain focused, determined, resilient and unruffled no matter the challenges, was equally highlighted.

The meeting eventually came to a close at 3:30pm with prayers. Every participant left amidst joy of satisfaction and with the burning desire to go back to bases to do more.

Mazi Ogah C.S. Maduabuchi
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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