Friday, 23 September 2016

Biafra protest: IPOB congratulates members worldwide Over Successful Protest

Updated 23 September, 2016

– The Indigenous People of Biafra has congratulated all its members over what it referred to as a successful protest.

 – The group said the protest took place in all the continents of the world, countries in Europe, America, south America, Australia, some Asian and African countries.


Having come to the conclusion of its sit-at-home protest, the Indigenous People of Biafra has congratulated all its members worldwide. 


The IPOB said it appreciates all members, lovers of freedom and friends of Biafra all over the world for their support towards a successful sit-at-home protest in solidarity for the unconditional release of its leader Nnamdi Kanu. 


The group said: “The Indigenous people of Biafra IPOB worldwide and the Directorate of State DOS congratulated the people of Biafra worldwide, friends of Biafra, lovers of freedom all over the world for their supports towards the successful sit at home order and successful protest across the globe in solidarity for the release of our leader prophet Nnamdi Kanu and for restoration of Gods nation Biafra.”  


It also said the protest which took place: “In all the continents of the world, countries in Europe, America, south America, Australia, some Asian and African countries” was successful. 


Citizens conform to stay-at-home protest (photos) “The countries witness the protests are USA, Brazil, Canada, Trinaga and Tobago, Japan, Israel, Germany, Finland, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Kuwait, Spain, Italy, UK, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Mexico, Malaysia, UAE, south Africa, Ghana, Senegal, Egypt, Gabon, Togo, Kenya, Australia, Sweden Denmark, scandevanin and China, and other countries which I cannot mention here. 


“Here in Biafraland Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Rivers, Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom. Cross Rivers, Imo, Delta and etc. were shot down in solidarity with the quest for the restoration of Biafra,” IPOB said. 


The IPOB over the weekend had announced that the protest would take place worldwide with members in various states across Nigeria directed to sit-at-home while those outside Nigeria embark on street protest. 


Reports from several cities showed that most Biafrans adhered to the protest directive. See photos from different locations in Nigeria below: 



The group said the protest was aimed at letting the international community know about the sufferings suffered by Biafrans in Nigeria. 

The protest was also a demand for the unconditional release of the IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu who is in prison custody. 


The group, to symbolise the release of its leader also released a pigeon with the colours of Biafra – red, yellow, black and green. 

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