Biafra Remembrance Day, 75 countries obeyed sit-at-home command order

IPOB members
Igbo leaders

The drums of fear of massacre, war, threat, fists of superiority between the Nigeria police and the Indigenous People of Biafra rings bell to all and sundry on or before 30th day of May 2017

MASSOB and the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a bird of the same feathers flock together with immediate alacrity towards the euphoria state of Biafra on Tuesday receives passed mark commendation, assessment and applauded for the highly level of accomplished agenda of forging ahead to see to actualization of Biafra with the test of full compliance with its last foot soldier command order of sit-at-home to its loyal supporters of the movement for the actualization of Biafra.

A closed assessment on Tuesday disclosed a gigantic success with succulent and fertile ground to leave a foot print for generation to come that every 30 May signifies IPOB Remembrance Day.

IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, in Akwa, Anambra State while addressing supporters of the movement for the actualization of Biafra for their support and obedient to the command order of sit-at-home in a statement disclosed over 75 countries in the world observed and obeyed the command order including the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Comrade Powerful further disclosed the names of the countries where the command order receives uninterrupted signal and compliance as Sweden, France, Taiwan, Chad, Switzerland, United Kingdom, USA, Russia, Ukraine, Angola, Congo DRC, Mozambique, Luxembourg, Brazil, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, St. Kitts, Canada, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Germany, Austria, Finland, South Africa, Togo, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, Benin Republic, Gabon, Cape Verde, Madagascar, Mexico, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Namibia, Equatorial Guinea, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Scotland, Holland, Belgium, Uzbekistan, Namibia, Greece, Pakistan, Cape Verde.

India, Israel, Italy, Argentina, Burkina Faso, Tanzania, Sao Tome and Principe, Australia, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Turkey, Niger Republic,  Tunisia, Algeria and Trinidad and Tobago

IPOB supporters
Biafrans

Comrade Powerful conveyed the gratitude of all the pilot of the Biafra ship to their supporter and followers all over the world for the firm believe and leadership mantle bestowed on all the commandants and pilots of the Biafra ship.

Comrade Powerful further reiterated as follows, “The Indigenous People of Biafra and its leadership worldwide congratulate Biafrans and all the IPOB family members worldwide both in Biafra land and in the Diaspora for their compliance with the sit-at-home order issued by our indefatigable leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“Mazi Nnamdi Kanu issued this sit-at-home order when he was still in Kuje Prison, Abuja, and it has come to pass; all the people of Biafra both home and abroad complied in all totality. This had not been done in the history of Biafra struggle before.

“We also blame those saboteurs who were paid by the government to sabotage the restoration project because today Biafrans and IPOB members worldwide obeyed Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. We, IPOB, must be strong and we promise everybody that Biafra is here.”

“The huge success achieved in today’s sit-at-home exercise is marvelous and glorious because the Almighty God approved our programme for the commemoration of the golden jubilee of the declaration of Biafra by ‘General’ Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu.

“The huge success is evident that the coming Biafra referendum shall be a walkover against the Nigerian state,”

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