By Steve Oko
Biafra praised the leader of the Indigenous Peoples, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and the governor of Anambra province, Willie Obiano; his colleague from Enugu province, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi; The governor of Abia province, Okezie Ikpeazu, and the governor of Ebony province, Dave Umahi, for taking some initiative to celebrate Biafra Day.
Kanu ordered to sit at home on the occasion of this year’s Biafra Day and in honor of those killed in the struggle for Biafra’s independence since 1976.
In a live broadcast on Facebook and other social media platforms on Monday morning, Kanu praised Governor Obiano’s courage and the establishment of a cenotaph in memory of Biafra’s heroes.
He praised Governor Ugwuanyi for releasing members of the Zionist Biafra group who had been imprisoned for several months.
The IPOB leader also hailed Governor Ikpeazu’s courage in “telling the truth to the authorities” on Sunday night, declaring that Abia merchants would not have to open their shops if they chose not to do so.
Similarly, Kanu lamented Umahi’s decision to cancel the threat of seizing the shop of any merchant who closed the shop due to the rule of sitting at home in Ebonyi.
Kanu said, “the governors acted in a way that would win their admiration.”
“They may begin to repent, but I do not want to say that they repent until they are sure that they have repented. If they repent, it will be good for all of us. “
Kanu called for unity among the other indigenous tribes that make up the Ndigbo and Biafra republics, saying the unity of the people is Nigeria’s biggest nightmare.
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