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BIAFRA: STEEL VILLAGE IGWEOCHA SPITS FIRE WITH HER DEMAND FOR BIAFRA REFERENDUM

Is another great day in the land of the Rising Sun, Obodo Chukwu Telu mmanu (the land God blessed richly) obodo Chukwu gozili agozie (A land blessed by the most high). The land that flows with milk and honey, the epicenter of creation with the wise men from the east. Our land is blessed beyond measures. All Hail Biafra! land of the rising sun.

The voice was opportune to tour a very Big Market in Igweocha Province of Biafra land where the great people of Biafra sells iron materials etc to get their view on the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) stand on Referendum. It was a massive turn ups where great men and women gathered together with one voice to cheer up the gospel of Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) under the supreme leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the Director of Radio Biafra / Biafra TV.

This great men and women left their various shops to answer the call to referendum. They sang motivating songs of Biafra to Cheer up the crowd and drawing public attentions on the call to referendum. The program which was taged The Voice granted few of them interviews to really get the situations on ground. This men and women voiced out bitterling how their various businesses are going down day by day due to lack of exchange rate etc.

They cried bitterly about government imposed taxes, bad road to their working places, lack of electricity, no good infrastructures to move their businesses. Steel Village Igweocha is one of the biggest iron steal market in Igweocha province of Biafra land. They sell all kinds of irons, both for construction etc but since the regime of Mohammed Buhari aka (Aminu Jibril from sudan); their businesses is fast collapsing every day. No buyers, they narrated how they where unable to pay house rents, children schools fees due to slow in their business sectors etc. All they need now is Biafra Referendum nothing else. Nigeria has failed us. Biafra Referendum or nothing more.

They also spoke with one voice in demanding the release of the leader of indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide Citizen Nnamdi Kanu who was illegally abducted from his hometown at Isama Afara Ukwu Ibeku Biafra Land by the murderous Nigeria military and also demanded the release of other detained Biafra Activists at various secret prisons they are kept. They Nigeria government should also take note that Self-Determination is enshrined under United Nations Charter; which gave the indigenous people right to agitate for her sovereignty.

The Nigeria government is indeed setting on a time bomb which will consume them and her collaborators soon. Give us Referendum date to determine our fate nothing but Freedom. Our freedom is paramount to us, and we will stop at nothing until the people of Biafra is free from captivity.

The fight for freedom set up by the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has reached a point of No Return. Biafra is a task that must be accomplished because 6.5 million Biafra people who died during the Biafra/Nigeria bitter civil war can never be swept under the carpets. Our fight to freedom will never stop until the great people of Biafra is free.

This great industrious men and women sang numerous motivating songs….

“GIVE US REFERENDUM DATE OR THEIR WILL BE NO ELECTION IN BIAFRA LAND” they echoed. “WE ARE NOT NIGERIANS, WE ARE BIAFRANS” “GIVE US BIAFRA! GIVE US BIAFRA!! GIVE US BIAFRA” “NO BIAFRA NO PEACE their voice shook every nooks and crannies in the market environment. The Spirit of Biafra took over Steel Village Igweocha today. To glory of the most High (Chukwu Okike Abiama).

Our advice to Biafrans worldwide, is to remain resolute, formidable, focused, and also remain fearless before your enemies because the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra is eminent and unstoppable. All Hail Biafra.
Udo diri unu nile (Peace be unto you all).

By Mazi Dimkpa Ikenna Ikenga Amadioha-Gbo

For Rivers Media (Igweocha Province)

 

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