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Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, is addressing members at Tokyo’s Family unit after tremendous address in Nagoya Japan yesterday.
Kanu had announced Sunday morning to address the Tokyo IPOB family unit on his Twitter handle (@mazinnamdikanu) to “to maintain the diplomatic momentum of the most resolute activism to restore Biafra” and commended his hosts for a successful meeting.
His post: I thank IPOB in Nagoya for hosting me last night. I will be addressing IPOB in Tokyo in the next hour and 30 minutes. Join us via Facebook Live.”
Kanu has recorded success in the last two weeks having addressed some parliamentarians of the European Union on 10th and officials of the United Nations 17-18 all in September 2019.
Hopefully, the IPOB leader is expected to be heading to Washington DC in the nearest future exploring a diplomatic approach for the sovereign nation of Biafra.
Kanu is also disturbed over unknown security detachment with White Toyota Hilux and Marked Police Van alleged to had been deployed by South-East Governors on Afara-Isiama Community, warned for their withdrawal.
Watch, From Tokyo, Today:
LIVE: Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addressing Biafrans in Tokyo, Japan #FreeBiafra #IPOB #SelfDetermination
Опубликовано The Biafra Digest Воскресенье, 22 сентября 2019 г.
Watch, from Nagoya, yesterday:
LIVE: IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addressing Biafrans in Japan #FreeBiafra #IPOB #SelfDetermination
Опубликовано The Biafra Digest Суббота, 21 сентября 2019 г.