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BREAKING: Jewish Sefer Torah lands Nigeria, Igbos in Jubilation
Sefer Torah, a Jewish scroll that houses formal text of Hebrew law and indicates followership, and protection of family members, reportedly has arrived in Eastern Nigeria.
In this respect, it means Igbo people relate to the Jews and would be protected in any warfare.
This is coming after the rearrest of IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who has been in Israel quite a number of years before the ‘illegal’ repatriation.
The majority of Easterners believe the arrival will facilitate the speedy restoration of Biafra and attention to Nnamdi Kanu’s case.
In a post shared by IPOB’s legal member, Ibeh Gift Amarachi on Wednesday, 7 July said whenever the celebrated Sefer Torah made its way to Nigeria, the long-expected country is ready, “Biafra ye that Biafra is here” she noted.
However, a further gathered report said IPOB’s Kanu had promised Biafra independence any day the book of law brought to Nigeria.
Meanwhile, President Buhari on Tuesday extended a warm thanks to the Nigerian military for saving the country from disintegration.
This came days after joint security personnel attacked Ibadan home of Yoruba-born activist, Sunday Igboho for organizing a Yoruba nation protest.
Similarly, a week after, the Nigerian government illegally rearrested Kanu and brought him before the High court for the continuation of a felony case, AGF said.
The International community seeks to know the circumstances in which the British citizen was apprehended. Nigeria is yet to disclose details of the arrest and insists it followed legal process. Read