IPOB releases list of 120 Countries that'll celebrate May 30 Biafra Heroes Day


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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has released a list of over 120 countries and territories around the world outside Biafraland which will participate in the May 30 heroes day march, to honour those who lost their lives during the civil war.

In a press release by IPOB Media and publicity Secretary Comrade Emma Powerful, it revealed that the group plans a total shutdown of Biafra’s territories during the march which will be observed with a sit-at-home protest.

The statement reads; “The remembrance of our fallen heroes and heroines on 30th of May 2017 will go down in history as one of the greatest events the world would ever witness. IPOB will use this event to conclusively prove to the whole world that we are ready for the upcoming referendum for Biafra sovereignty.”

“IPOB families in the UK, Europe, Asia, Middle East, USA and many others across the world have managed to secure marching permits from their relevant authorities because of this historic 30th of May event.

“In almost all countries where IPOB has presence, including Angola, Mozambique, Congo DRC, Namibia and Tanzania have respectfully perfected their own arrangements to honour our heroes and heroines on that particular day.

“In UK, IPOB has secured their venue at Trafalgar Square, London for a rally. It is however interesting to note that the Deputy National Coordinator of IPOB UK reported that the British Metropolitan Police gave express permission for the march on Trafalgar Square, saying that he knows the group and its leader and that they were not violent.

“He said that he knows that since Mazi Nnamdi Kanu started his street protests in London, there had never been any breach of public peace compared to similar protests by others groups that have always degenerated into scuffles and altercations with law enforcement agencies in the London area.”

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1 comment:

  1. What are they celebrating? Biafra is dead and buried

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