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Sunday, 30 July 2017

BIAFRA: A 28-YEAR-OLD GOT HEALED ON SEEING IPOB'S LEADER NNAMDI KANU IN IMO


GISTSMARK.COM - GATHERED Yesterday, described the visits of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Biafra in Umuahia to name Nnamdi Kanu the Leader and sharpened stone of the tumult for Biafra Republic

Some Pro Biafra supporters who addressed Vanguard in Owerri, said that a choice had been directed passing by the crowed that thronged out to welcome their pioneer.

While a few drivers said that it was not a flavorful ordeal for them as they were caught in a hold up for over eight hours.

This was even as some of them disclosed to Vanguard that they needed to take the choice of spending whatever remains of the day commending the visit of Nnamdi Kanu.

Vanguard went further to get the perspectives of road peddlers who said that they had never encounter the sort of support they had amid the visit of IPOB pioneer.

Indeed, even those offering Biafra symbols approached Kanu to want second evangelist travel and that his coming expedited gifts and sustenance their table.

One of the supporters of Biafra battle, presented himself as Chima Mbata, age ,28, from Nkwerre Local Government Area, Imo state, said that he got mended of his two days cerebral pain in the wake of locating Kanu from the group.

Iheme stated: "I was in the House and my mom got me to turn out and see Nnamdi Kanu, at Orlu street circuitous, I revealed to her that I can't come since I was not feeling fine.

"However, she demanded, at that point I figured out how to turn out quickly I saw Kanu, I was recuperated. I wind up plainly more grounded and joined other young fellows in the battle."

Likewise, addressing Vanguard, a sachet water vender, who favored the name, Juliana Ugo, from Ebonyi state, stated: " I made up to 11, 500, I have never understood this sort of cash as an unadulterated water merchant, to the degree that there was no where you can get immaculate water.

"A few of us who still have it in their stock began offering it for N20 each while some sold a sachet for N30."