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Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) maintains peaceful protest in Rivers State despite warnings by the government to hurt every form protest in the state.
In viral pictures retrieved by SCANNEWS 24 on Friday, some of the members stepped out in larger number held banners bearing the image of the Highnesses, Eze and Lolo Okwu Kanu, inscribed “Our father and mother”.
The protesting members, who are Zone 20 fragment of the secessionist group, were also sighted with mixed up banners including Israeli, Biafran and that of United States while they March on major streets around
In same way, Jerusalem Zone, Unit 3 has kicked off readiness to grace the funeral of their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, shared uniform.