IPOB:My goodness me! It was a huge success, and a great joy to know how much Biafrans love their sacred Nation, and their leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is still in the Kuje prison custody for a crime he committed not. I was so overwhelmed with joy, about the affectionate scene that kept the whole world confused and astonished.This is the work of our heavenly father, Chiukwu-Okike-Ahbiama which he manifested through his humble servant, the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Prophet mazi Nnamdi Kanu the Great. The Indigenous People Of Biafra, on 23rd September 2016, has strangled the contraption called Nigeria, and has given them the highest shock of their lives through their resolutions, and their obedience to observe the "Sit At Home" protest declared, in solidarity with their leader who has been unnecessarily detained for 11 months now.
This order was strictly adhered to, by Biafrans in all the Biafran states, as shops, Banks, industries, schools, major markets and churches refused to open in adherence to the order.This has gone down to history, and cannot be forgotten. For this has been the first time, such command could be given, by someone whom the world looked down on, and was obeyed by noble people of Biafran. Not once has such event taken place, not even with any security influence.
Only a day sit at home order cost the contraption not less than $200 billion dollars. This another testimony that unveils the real industrious citizens in Nigeria. They can not lose such treasure if Arewa declares this order, neither would they if Yorubas should do same. Whereas they own the government, and they see us as infidels despite the fact that Biafrans feeds them. Bravo to our heroes and heroines, who in no circumstance, adhere to this order.
Kudos also, to Biafrans in the diaspora who abandoned their activities to protest on our behalf. My special thanks also go to Eze Chiukwu-Okike-Ahbiama, who in his infinite mercy crowned us with his servant Prophet Nnamdi Kanu. We are formidable; we must continue. All Hail Biafra.
Editor Udeagha Obasi