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Nnamdi Kanu’s Arrest: Memo To IPOB Worldwide – DOS
IPOB’s DOS has released a memo on the arrest of their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to all family members world-wide.
A statement signed by Chika Edoziem and made available to #Scannews24 on Wednesday acknowledged and called on all supporters residing in different countries to remain calm.
The group’s Directorate of State promised to unravel and make public all the countries, particularly Eastern Africa involved in the illegal ‘arrest’ of Kanu with the Nigerian government.
All directors and officials are urged to remain focused and carry out assigned functions individually and collectively.
The DOS promised to make every update available and to look out for possible instruction from the leadership. See excerpts below.
“Memo To IPOB Worldwide Family on The Abduction of Our Leader.
The Directorate of State of the Indigenous People of Biafra wishes to inform the IPOB families worldwide of the abduction of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) by the Nigerian government working in evil alliance with an East African Country. We shall make the name of this country public in due course.
The Directorate hereby direct all IPOB family members to remain focused on our fundamental objective which is a Free, Sovereign, and independent Biafran Nation while waiting for further directives from the Directorate of State, we must guard against any form of distraction of indiscipline creeping in to taint the duties assigned to us individually and collectively by our leader Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The leadership will provide updates on Onyendu’s Kidnap as well as other pertinent information to the IPOB worldwide family and the International Community as these become available”