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Thursday 13 September 2018

Saboteurs Day: IPOB youths lights up Anambra with Biafra flags

By Chukwuemeka Chimerue, Chief Editor | The Biafra Times

September 14, 2018

AWKA - Sensitization in commemoration for the general strike day and the ‘sit-at-home╩╝ declaration yesterday, reached its top gear in Anambra State as members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, parade major cities with Biafra flags.

As early as 8:15 in the morning, some IPOB youths were seen mostly on commercial vehicles flying with the colourful flags and other Biafra insignia as residents of the state rose for commercial activities.

The youths chanting Biafra songs passed through the capital city of Awka enroute to Amawbia, Nawfia, Enugwu-ukwu, Abagana, before they collapsed into thin air along Awkuzu/Abba expressway.

Speaking to our correspondent in Awka, IPOB regional coordinator who wishes not to have his name in print said the sensitization was in line with the directive from IPOB leadership in protest for the missing of their leader,  Nnamdi Kanu and the needless killings that claimed lives of unarmed IPOB members at the peak of last year’s Operation Python Dance.

“We shall be using tomorrow(Friday) to register our displeasure against our present slavery condition in the Nigerian state, the senseless killings of our people and to tell the world that we’re tired of this contraption and therefore need total freedom.

“We shall also use this opportunity to remember one year since our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was abducted and taken away by some bloody Hausa/Fulani military agents who invaded his house on 14th September last year and to commit to the hands of Yahweh, all those who were unjustly killed during the attack by Nigerian soldiers and those (saboteurs) who played a role in contributing to their deaths,” the IPOB coordinator stated.

He added that the entire parts of the state is expected as usual to halt activities in protest and commitment to their earnest desires in ensuring that Biafra is restored.

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