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Young woman, who appears not to be a Nigerian has given a brief account of what she knows about Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Biafra, and the Biafra-Nigeria civil war.
The woman, who granted an interview to IPOB correspondent in a viral video revealed that Biafra, before the 1967 war was a country on its own adding that many died.
She said the war broke out when the Nigerian government forcefully wanted the Biafrans to be merged, following possible resistance the issued.
She added that despite the late war, the people of Biafrans are still being killed, starved to death, said basic needs in Nigeria is not present, including education, health care etc.
The young women, who introduced herself as IPOB member noted that the leadership of the group is working within the clock to see the restoration of the nation, mainly through the use of social media to reach the international community.
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