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IPOB Reacts To Nigerian Army Checkpoints In South-East

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has expressed rage over recent activities of officers of the Nigerian army in the South-East, particularly in Abia State.

The outlawed pro-Biafra group expressed their displeasures as a followup reaction to the killing of Chimaobi Nwogu, a commercial motorcycle operator by a happy-trigger soldier in Aba.

Recall that the motorcyclist was allegedly killed over his refusal to pay N100 daily illegal toll at Ohanze, in Obingwa LGA of the State.

In their reactions, the IPOB called for the immediate dismantling of multiple military checkpoints across South-East.

The group made this known in a press release signed by the Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful.

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The statement by the IPOB claimed that the Ndigbo were being punished by the Northern-dominated army for opposing the controversial Ruga settlement.

The statement by the group reads; “The unprovoked attack and unnecessary killing of Biafrans by Fulani dominated Nigerian Army throughout Biafranland has taken another gruesome dimension since the emphatic rejection of Fulani Ruga settlements and National Life Stock Programmes (NLSP) by Biafrans.”

“That a Nigerian Army chased a young man into his village and shot him dead in his compound in front of his wife and family is wickedness taken too far.”

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Yul Edochie Sends Message To Nnamdi Kanu Over Father’s Death

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Nollywood Actor, Yul Edochie has condoled with Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), over the death of his father, Eze Israel Kanu.

Recall that the traditional council of his community led by Edward Ibeabuchi confirmed Eze Kanu’s death on Friday.

One of his sons, Emmanuel, also confirmed the demise of his father but the IPOB leader, Kanu is yet to issue a statement regarding this.

Until his death, Eze Kanu was the traditional ruler of Afaraukwu community in Umuahia, the capital of Abia State.

Reacting to the death in a tweet on the micro-blogging site, Twitter, Edochie wrote: “Do accept my condolences @MaziNnamdiKanu on the transition of your father Eze Isreal Kanu.

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“May God Almighty grant you and your family the strength to bear,” the Nollywood actor tweeted.

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Nnamdi Kanu Postpones Saturday’s Broadcast

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has postponed his broadcast on Radio Biafra earlier slated for Saturday, December 7, 2019.

The IPOB leader announced the postponement few minutes ago on his page on micro-blogging site, Twitter.

He said the broadcast will now hold tomorrow, Sunday, December 8. 2019.

“I regret to announce that I will not broadcast today as previously advertised. Instead, it will be tomorrow Sunday 8 Dec. 2019 7 pm Biafraland Time.

“I am sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to your company tomorrow night. Thank you,” Kanu tweeted.

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How Spanish Police Intervened As IPOB Mercilessly Beat Amaechi [VIDEO]

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Spanish police officers intervened early as angry members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, atatcked Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transportation, in Madrid, Spain, on Friday.

Members of the pro-Biafra group had filed out on the street waiting for the minister but the policemen arrived early before they could beat him to their satisfaction.

However, one of the protesters who spoke in Igbo confirmed that they tore the minister’s suit and gave him a serious beating even before the police could disperse them.

The incident has been generating reactions on social media.

See the video below:

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