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Monday, 29 June 2020

IPOB Enugu State Inaugurates 4 New Family Units In Igboetiti Local Government Area

IPOB Enugu State Inaugurates 4 New Family Units In Igboetiti Local Government Area

Igboetiti local government area of Enugu State, Biafraland, is naturally blessed with vast portion of land. It is situated in Enugu-North Senatorial District. Virtually all the local government areas in the district are regarded as parts of Nsukka due to semblance in language and tradition.

On Thursday 25th June 2020, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Enugu State, embarked yet on another successful inauguration of additional families involving four (4) family units located in different communities within the Igboetiti local government area.

They are:

* Ochima Unit in Ochima community.

* Umu-Udo Unit in Ukehe community.

* Umu-Nko Unit in Umu-Nko community.

* Ama-Eke Unit in Ukehe community.

The inauguration of these units was coordinatedly led by the indefatigable Chief Mobilization Officer of Enugu State who also doubles as the Biafraland National Secretary, Mazi Chukz Egwuatu, principal servants of Enugu-North Senatorial District as well as those from the Igboetiti local government area.


Jubilation intermittently erupted as members of the newly/officially inaugurated units from the communities practically went agog celebrating, as IPOB presence became strongly registered.

Meanwhile, series of encouraging reports of improvement in Enugu-North (Nsukka axis) are trickling in. Few weeks back, results of enormous efforts of various principal servants with the mobilization department inclusive, have remained the motivational factor in the restoration push.

Group photographs  were however taken at the end of each inauguration within the communities, to relive the exciting and remarkable moments.

Egwuatu Chukz
Reporting for Family Writers Press International







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