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Sunday 18 July 2021

IPOB Cross River State Calls For Prayers For Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

IPOB Cross River State Calls For Prayers For Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

July 18, 2021

Onoja Christian Obinna  | Biafra Writers

The state coordinator of IPOB Cross River state has praised his members for their resilience in the fight for freedom. The state helmsman made the commendation during an executive meeting in the state’s capital, Calabar, adding that the family has remained undaunted by all the intimidations from the Nigerian state. 

While praising their efforts so far, re reminded them that until freedom is achieved, they have not really done a thing. To this end he urged them to keep the ball rolling, charging every member to double their efforts in evangelism and sensitization of the locals. 

Encouraging the members to remain resolute in this trying time of extraordinary rendition of the Supreme Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the coordinator called on all the chiefs and state elders to organise themselves to support the IPOB leader in prayers, adding that his trauma in the DSS dungeon demands such. 

He also called on pastors to go on their knees and cry out to God for the release of our father in the person of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. In his words, traditional doctors and herbalists are not left out. All are expected to pray for our leader's release. 

He further beckoned on individuals to also seek the face of God concerning the trial of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu which will be coming up on the 26th of this month and religiously continue with the Psalms as instructed.
Conclusively, the state coordinator urged all Biafrans to follow the IPOB chains of command as laid down by our Leader and shun all divisive comments at this critical time that the enemies of our struggle are seeking to distract us from our sworn objective.

Onoja Christian Obinna reporting for Cross River State Media

Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Published by Charles Opanwa 

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