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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu seems to be having uncountable titles as the Indigenous Council of Elders conferred to him “Nature’s Masterpiece, Closely Knitted To The Freedom Of The Masses” in their just-concluded Obi Cultural Day ceremony in Rivers State.
The group also conferred an excellent award to His Royal Highness, Eze Israel Okwu Kanu, “An Exceptionally Gifted Family” for his sacrifices towards the restoration of Biafra.
According to reports by the group’s media correspondent, Chinonso Igwebuike Mbah, the title which was presented by Port Harcourt State Coordinator, Mazi David Njoku was received by General Obioma Ukpab on behalf of the Nnamdi Kanu and his father.
David charged Kanu to keep on the diplomatic movement to restore Biafra as he sacrificed virtually everything for the quest.
The cultural day was graced by several Biafran activists, Principal officers of state, dignitaries and some personalities within Obigbo.