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Wednesday, 13 May 2020

IPOB Obodo-Ukwu Family Unit Inaugurated In Oshimili-South LGA, Delta State, Biafraland

IPOB Obodo-Ukwu Family Unit Inaugurated In Oshimili-South LGA, Delta State, Biafraland

Obodo-Ukwu family unit of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), was officially and successfully inaugurated in Oshimili-South local government area of Delta State (Anioma), Biafraland. This took place on Sunday 10th May 2020, recording yet another monumental achievement towards the Biafra restoration struggle.

It was an eventful/joyful occasion as both the officials of  IPOB Delta State chapter against all odds, pushed through with this worthwhile project, aimed at bringing IPOB across to Biafrans in every nook and cranny of the State. Members were extremely delighted, turning up and witnessing this awesome development within the area.

The IPOB Delta State Deputy Coordinator in his speech, heartily congratulated the newly inaugurated family unit members, appreciating them for their impressive turnout and support, the Covid-19 epidemic, nonetheless. He further urged them to remain resolute, focused and united, working in synergy with their respective principal servants to achieve set objectives.

The inauguration exercise was successfully carried out, courtesy of the Delta State Mobilization Officer who also was physically present in company of other principal servants of the State. The newly inaugurated family unit members were enjoined, to ensure that the Biafra restoration gospel is strongly dessiminated within their localities. The mobilization officer additionally advised them to religiously abide by the instructions of the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, at all times.

The members unanimously pledged their firm determination and commitment to the cause of the IPOB struggle.

Chibest Chukwu
Reporting for Family Writers Press International

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