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Any IPOB Member Joining #EndSARS Protests Must Be Anonymous- IPOB

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Biafrans/IPOB family members joining the protest must make it as “anonymous as possible at this stage. You must smartly not display Biafran flag and other paraphernalia.

You must not have any information that betrays or gives you away easily in your phone.Common sense must prevail at all times.Every protester in Biafraland and alsewhere is an indigenous person.

The inspiration is Biafran, the spirit is Biafran,the groundwork is inspired by the resilience,ingenuity and the indestructible spirit of Biafran ingenuity but this is now collectively THE PEOPLE’S REVOLUTION.

Desist from making it a Biafran affair for now, it must be uniformless and as AMORPHOUS as possible at this stage.

Uche Okafor-Mefor


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Borno Slaughter: Nnamdi Kanu Blasts UN For Being Partial

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The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has attacked the United Nations for condemning the killing of 43 rice farmers in Borno but kept quiet on the killing of Igbos in Oyigbo, Rivers State.

According to his tweet, why would UN react to the latest killings in Borno state and keep quiet at the killings in Obigbo, portharcourt.

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Borno Slaughter: Nnamdi Kanu Blasts UN For Being Partial


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Police Blame IPOB For Explosion At Wike’s Father’s Church

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The police in Rivers State have blamed the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for the detonating of devices suspected to be dynamite at the Christian Universal Church Incorporated located at No. 25 Azikiwe Street, Mile 3 area of Diobu, Port Harcourt.

The church, which is also known as ‘God’s Power House’, is allegedly owned by Governor Nyesom Wike’s father, who is a cleric. It was attacked around 10pm on Saturday, November 28, 2020.

A report this morning by The PUNCH quoted the spokesman for the state police command, Nnamdi Omoni, as saying that the perpetrators were suspected IPOB members, adding that the Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mukan, had launched an investigation to ascertain the motive behind the attack as well as apprehend other fleeing suspects.

Omoni told the paper: “Some hoodlums suspected to be IPOB members attacked the church. We are investigating. The church suffered substantial destruction.

“Our bomb unit was there. The personnel swept the place in the early hour of today (Sunday) and they are still there. The Area Commander is leading the operation. Policemen will be there until further notice.

“But I can tell you that normalcy has been restored. So far, we have arrested three persons. The Commissioner of Police has launched an investigation into the incident. Our bomb unit is here.

“They have been able to sweep the place and clean-up is going on as we speak. The engineer will come to ascertain the integrity of the building for habitation.” (PUNCH)


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German Court Convicts IPOB Members Who Attacked Ekweremadu

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Germany has convicted four members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) who attacked Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president, TheCable can report.

They have also served their sentences, TheCable further learnt.

The convictions, which were handed out in August, went completely under the radar but diplomatic sources in Germany told TheCable on Friday that the four IPOB members were prosecuted for physical assault and sentenced to 20 days of labour “without pay”.

The Nigerian embassy did not immediately respond to TheCable’s inquiry for the identities of the convicts.

In 2019, the serving senator from Enugu state was beaten up by Biafra agitators in Nuremberg at an event organised by “Ndigbo Germany”.

IPOB — which Nigeria had declared a terrorist organisation — claimed responsibility for the attack which it said “should serve as a warning” to Igbo leaders “that any day we find them in a public event abroad, they will be humiliated”.

Nigerian government officials later informed TheCable that the Bavaria state police had identified four of the attackers in the course of their investigation.

The Nigerian embassy also mounted pressure on the German federal authorities to bring the attackers to justice following the initial reluctance of the state police to investigate the assault which was captured on video.

CONVICTED BUT NOT DEPORTED

Contrary to social media rumours, no IPOB member was deported.

Under section 102 (1), chapter 3, of the German criminal code, attacks against organs and representatives of foreign states are punishable with fines and imprisonment.

It states, “(1) Whosoever commits an attack against the life or limb of a foreign head of state, member of a foreign government, the head of a foreign diplomatic mission who is accredited in the federal territory while the victim is in Germany in his official capacity shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding five years or a fine, in especially serious cases to imprisonment of not less than one year.

“(2) In addition to a sentence of imprisonment of at least six months, the court may order the loss of the ability to hold public office to vote and be elected in public elections (section 45(2) and (5).”

However, Ekweremadu was not on an official duty in Germany when he was attacked.

The Nigerian embassy source told TheCable that two of the attackers had initially filed an appeal against their conviction but later withdrew it.

“It was only the four persons identified that were sentenced to 20 days of labour without pay. The sponsors were not identified so they were not prosecuted,” the source said.

Although Ekweremadu could institute a civil case against the attackers, TheCable understands he is yet to do so.

A source close to the senator, however, said the lawmaker has no interest in the issue, although he is aware of the conviction.

Emma Powerful, IPOB spokesman, did not immediately respond to TheCable’s enquiry on the issue.


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