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Beloved Mother Ugoeze Okwu-Kanu, a bridge between Royalty and Ordinary Citizens – IPOB Germany
We the Family of IPOB in Greece Mourns with Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra for the great loss of his beloved Mother Ugoeze Sally Okwu Kanu who died on August 30th 2019.
The News of her death came to IPOB FAMILY IN GREECE as a surprise. We were shocked because she was an icon of the Struggle, Mother of the Struggle, encourager of our Women in the Struggle, a bridge between Royalty and Ordinary Citizens.
Her activities, participation, and public comments on the struggle to restore our beloved Country Biafra and free our people from subjugation gross In justice denial and abuse of fundamental Human Rights and individual privileges were highly commendable. She was a voice of the voiceless.
She showed compassion and was passionate about our struggle and prayed always that Chukwu Okike Abiama will Restore Biafra in our life time. She left her Royal Seat and Royal privileges to attend rallies at home and Abroad, I was a witness to one of such trips when I met her for the first time at the EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN BRUSSELS BELGIUM in 2016.
We regret her absence that she did not live to see and celebrate with us when Biafra finally comes.
We pray Chukwu Okike Abiama to comfort and console the entire family of His Royal Majesty EZE ISRAEL OKWU KANU and our indefatigable leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Iseee!
May they Take heart and bear The Loss with fortitude. All Hail Biafra.
Mazi Nndidi Obodoechi
National IPOP National Coordinator
Mazi Uchechi Ndukwe (Ojukwu IgboNile)
IPOP Deputy Coordinator