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Ipob gives federal government 7 days to provide Nnamdi Kanu or face their wrath.

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The indegenious people of biafra has warned the federal government of nigeria and all the south eastern governors to provide thier leader nnamdi kanu and all others arrested on the day thier leaders house was searched by the military. Speaking to the newsmen, thier spokesman told the  federal government to get ready to provide enough prisons that will contain all of them if they dont see thier leader in 7 days time. They assured to cause more havoc to the nation if thier demands are not met.



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IPOB may take up arms Nnamdi Kanus brother

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) may be forced to take up arms in its agitation for a Biafra state if what it described as the continued killing of its unarmed and defenceless members continues.

The threat is coming on the heels of the alleged killing of about 11 IPOB members in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, who were said to be celebrating the inauguration of President Donald Trump of the United States of America last Friday.

In a statement yesterday, Prince Kanu, the younger brother of detained leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, reaffirmed that Biafra is an ideology that cannot be crushed, adding that by killing unarmed, defenceless IPOB members, Biafra had not been killed.

Undeniably, the primary aim of these killings by the Nigerian government is to weaken Biafra and all involved in this struggle for the restoration of Biafra but that is Nigerias biggest mistake. For we are highly formidable, unbreakable and indivisible and we get stronger by the day. The entire Biafraland remains spiritually and mentally stable to fight this battle come rain come shine, no matter the tribulation.

Now, information getting to the IPOB structure looks as if this will metamorphose to arms struggles, for we cant continue to fold our arms and watch our family members being slain unjustly, he said.

While calling on the international community to be aware of the renewed killing of defenceless IPOB members by the Nigerian army, Kanu however said those involved in the heinous crime would not go unpunished.
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BiafraHeroesDay: We'll Not Forget May 30 - Nnamdi Kanu

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As yesterday May 30 marks 53 years of the proclamation of the Republic of Biafra by the then Eastern Military Governor Colonel Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu which led to the civil between the year 1967-1970 in the country of which nothing less than four million people died as a result of the war, mostly children from the Biafra who many died as a result of malnutrition.

This has made every May 30 an important day for the the people over there, however, in his own contribution and encouragement yesterday, the Leader of Independent People of Biafra, IPoB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has hailed those he described as fallen heroes, saying the actualisation of Biafra Republic is certain and the people will never forget.

he made this known in a statement by the IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary of , Emma Powerful, Kanu vowed that May 30 will never be forgotten, and commended the “bravery, commitment, and courage of Biafran fallen heroes who staked their lives for other Biafrans to live.’’

The statement reads in part:”Across the length and breadth of Biafraland, across every inch of land and forest where they fought and fell to protect their children, their relatives, and their generations unborn, we lit a beacon to shine their light of hope upon this generation of IPoB.

From Igede to Opobo, from Bakassi to Edo, their light did shine at 12 midnight.

We must remember them every May 30, on Biafra Heroes Day. IPoB will continue to remember and celebrate them.

“We have remembered them and their memories shall continue to abide with us until we achieve that freedom for all, for which they laid down their lives.

“The class of 19 67-70 we salute you. The international community including United Nations, European Union and European Parliament, France, America, Africa and Nigeria should free Biafra.

Meanwhile, as some sections of the South-East geopolitical zone marked the 53 years anniversary of the declaration of defunct Biafra Republic, Chief Mike Ahamba, SAN, has said that time has come for the country to revisit Aburi Accord.

Speaking to Sunday Vanguard, Ahamba, who was the Minority Leader of old Imo State House of Assembly in the Second Republic, said all the things that led to the declaration of defunct Republic of Biafra 53 years ago are still prevalent in Nigeria.




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Nnamdi Kanu Is Alive - Kemi Olunloyo

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Following the rumor that got spread around yesterday evening about the death of the leader of the Indigenous people Of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu, which has put some followers of Kanu in a sardonic mood since the rumour broke out.

However the controversial investigative journalist Mrs kemi Olunloyo has taken to her twitter handle to put the rumour to rest by saying there is no truth in the rumour of Kanu death.

She tweeted:

BREAKING After investigating all night, I am letting everyone know that Nnamdi Kanu is ALIVE and well. He was NEVER in Italy let alone hospitalized. I also spoke to close friends of Kanu including my brother @realFFK who confirmed the same and has spoken to Mazi Kanu.

It will be recalled that kanu has been on exile since he ranaway from the government of Nigeria after he was released from prison over a year ago.

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