Clerics denies being part of the Biafra sit at home protest tomorrow
As the celebration of the democracy day continued in our country today, the Anglican clerics in Enugu today denied being in support of the sit at home protest that is planned to take place tomorrow by the indeginous people of Biafra popularly known as
ipob. Addressing the crowd yesterday in Enugu, Rev chukwuma made it known that they are not in support of any protest and also advised everyone to go about their normal business tommorow.Comment and Share to your friends
Just In : alert all biafra members should sit at home, see what is happening in enugu now.
Information reaching the desk of Enugu Media this morning 29th day of May 2017 from a reliable source said that the Nigeria military has been imported in their large numbers to Enugu in particular, this morning ,over 50 military truck filled with armed military personnel were moving all over Enugu.The plan is to set markets, and vehicles ablaze on 30th and claim it is IPOB that did it.We are warning all Biafrans to stay back in your home tomorrow been 30...
Youths Protest Against IPOB Every Monday Sit At Home Order
Some Ogidi youths of Anambra state Nigeria had protested against a forceful sit at home being enforced by the proscribed secessionist group IPOB.The protest was led by the president general of the Ogidi youths, the youths leader, members of the exco, and members of the executive body of Ogidi union in NigeriaIt will be informative to note that the group has said every Monday throughout the 5 South Eastern states that people shouldn't be going out, and the reason for...
NCDC Denies Spending 1 Billion Naira On SMS
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has deny the rumor being spread around that the agency has spend over 1 billion Naira on SMS in order to sensitize the public on the novel coronavirus.The agency made this known through a tweet on her twitter handle.The News that NCDC has spent one Billion in sending text messages to Nigerians is FAKE! The center via its verified twitter handle has stated as follows "The headline claiming that NCDC has spent N1 billion o...
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