Friday 22nd July, 2016.
The leadership of pro-Biafra group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has re-iterated its resolve and commitment to the actualisation of Biafra Republic. Media and Publicity Secretary of the group, Emma Powerful, who stressed this in a statement, pointed out that Biafrans are God’s own people, who must eventually achieve their objective.
The statement noted that the liberation hour is at hand and assured the agitators not to lose faith. “The IPOB worldwide proves to the entire world that they are matured, civilised and qualified for the pursuit of Biafra freedom. We urge them to keep it up because the freedom is near. “Biafrans should stop seeing ourselves as nothing in the face of our enemies.
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You are kings and queens of the land of the rising sun, you are all heroes of Biafraland because Chukwuokike Abiama (God Almighty) used our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB members to fight for the total liberation of Biafra people.
“They thought we are dead, but they don’t know that we are like seeds in the river side; they try to break our souls with lies and insults, called us warriors of Facebook but today IPOB and Biafra are everywhere in the world.
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“Otherwise, they don’t know that IPOB has entered the Guinness book of record in the world because IPOB is the only freedom fighting organisation that organised first of its kind and conducted peaceful protests worldwide at the same time and hour since the creation of this universe because we are selected and called for this noble project.
“The people and millions that were killed in Biafraland during the genocidal civil war of 1966 to-70 and since the amalgamation in 1914 by the Hausa, Fulani oligarchy was because there was no information reaching out to the world from Biafraland; therefore, we thank Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and those operating radio Biafra and those who are in every department of the media outfits.”
Source:The New Telegraph