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IPOB tells supporters what to do to speed Biafra restoration, avoid past mistakes
The leadership of indigenous People of Biafr has urged members all over the world to keep their support consistent to speed up coming sovereign state of Biafra.
In a statement signed by the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful noted that its leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu,had reaffirmed to continue to enlighten, educate and fire-up Biafrans and lovers of freedom all over the world for the inevitable actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, regards his tour of cities across the continent of Australia and New Zealand.
According to Powerful, Kanu, who is also director of the london based Radio, is determined to continue mobilising and sensitizing for the Sovereign State of Biafra as the campaign is receiving wonderful and unprecedented acceptance across the globe.
In his words: “IPOB is currently engaged in deep and fruitful consultations with local and international stakeholders, power brokers and influencers through our diplomatic outreach which for obvious reasons has been kept out of public discuss.
“One thing is certain; this IPOB led agitation for Biafra independence will not repeat the mistakes of the past.”
“We therefore, urge Biafrans residing in Australia to prepare for a very fruitful dialogue with Mazi Kanu,” the statement reads.