The Ngwo zonal family of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Enugu, was on Sunday 13th August, 2017, invited for a one-year memorial ceremony of late Chief Christian Onoh, alias Onodugo from Ozomba family, Umuonyia kindred Etiti village Ngwo, Enugu.

The deceased aged 84, whose daughter is a passionate member of IPOB Ngwo zone, worked at the defunct Coal mining industry and the Coca-Cola company before his demise.

Biafra colourful flags were mounted at the canopy stand offered to the Ngwo zone, to indicate their presence for evangelism.

Soon, it was time for the Biafra evangelism which saw members standing on their feet to demonstrate and chant the Biafran songs of freedom to the admiration of others who rose up to join the queue, as others watched with keen interest at the display of colourful Biafra materials.

During her address, the Ngwo zonal Coordinator, Miss. Onyia Ngozi, spoke on the need for all Biafrans to embrace the struggle for their total liberation from the bondage of the Nigerian State of which its northern youths issued quit notice to Biafrans living in the North. She also expressed displeasure on the herdsmen's menace in Biafraland, stressing that only the restoration of Biafra will guarantee the safety and a healthy living condition for the Biafran people.

It was noted that the effect of that gospel resulted to a number of locals, coming forward to indicate interest in joining the IPOB family.

Among those who joined the family, were some Biafra war veterans who out of joy said, "Biafra is our land of hope which must be restored for her people to be saved".

They told stories of the war, and how the Biafra soldiers were determined to protect Biafra with enormous zeal which is still very much alive amongst our youths today.

- Anayochukwu Abaru
  Enugu Media Team
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