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Thursday, 23 May 2019

Biafra Heroes Day: No Mockery of Our Dead Heroes on 30th May




The Biafra Times | May 24, 2019

IPOB PRESS RELEASE

As Biafrans both home and in the diaspora, including friends and lovers of freedom, prepare for the annual 30th of May Remembrance this year in our unique and special way,  we the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and it's leadership worldwide wish to reiterate again that Biafrans will bring the activities in Biafraland and parts of Nigeria to a standstill on that fateful day.

We are urging all Biafrans, no matter where you reside in the world, to adhere to this clarion call to observe this historic event in a solemn and befitting manner. No public gathering, human or vehicular movement, ceremony or lectures of any kind are allowed on that day.

It is most unfortunate that some faceless hired groups without any presence on the ground are still struggling to politicize this only historic event introduced and organized for Biafrans to remember and honor our fallen heroes and heroines who paid the ultimate price for us all to be alive today.

With the threat of imminent wholesale Fulanization on the horizon, we wonder why these shameless and unscrupulous individuals and groups, sponsored by the Nigerian government, are still occupied with such inordinate ambition as to talk about organizing a meaningless talking show on such a revered date.

We want to assure these hired groups that shame shall befall them because all genuinely patriotic Biafrans have determined that May 30th is a holy day.

We are not against any person organizing any activity outside May 30 but that day is special and shall remain so for eternity.

No lectures, creative discussions or politically motivated and sponsored event on the 30th of May because Biafrans cannot allow quislings to make a mockery of our dead heroes on that particular day.

COMRADE EMMA POWERFUL MEDIA AND PUBLICITY SECRETARY FOR IPOB.

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Publisher: Charles Opanwa

1 comment

  1. Maybe I am here too I was born on May 4th 1967 I am telling British one thing only that Bible they bring for us and turn around and send Muslims to kill us will hunt them until they will be a story in this world, in chukwu okike abiama I pray ise ise iseee

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