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Video: Drama as Students sings Biafra anthem in school, Nigerian Pupils sing in flood
Two different videos have surfaced on social media indicating moments school children sings national anthems to represent their countries.
One of the clips shows a number of children in an unidentified school premises exercising morning devotion. The kids were captured reciting a Biafran Anthem from beginning to the end of the stanzas.
While another retrieved video shows some school pupils gathered in a flooded area of uncertain location. However, the school of the children was not ascertained.
This has since stirred diverse reactions from viewers condemning the poor road networks leading to some education centers.
The kids who appeared worried standing in germ-filled water had assembled to get government attention to probably level of deplorable roads within the vicinity.
Recall, the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra had threated to halt further singing of Nigerian Anthem across Southeastern schools including consumption of cow beef and others.
However, some Northern elders had since condemned IPOB order challenging to reciprocate in action. The group that over sees distribution of some food items to the Southern region however threatened to cut-off further supply of major food produce to the South in the Secessionist group execute the order.
Notably, no school has since complied with the orders as the trending clip was tapped in the past, probably some years before the recent order was issued.
We understand that series of orders given previously by the agitators had been fully complied to, including a Sit-at-home exercise severally issued in the region. Watch Video