Mazi Nnamdi Kanu speaks again this Saturday


IPOB Leader, Mazi nnamdi Kanu

Another live broadcast to continue the historic unmasking of the impostor in Aso Rock Jubril Aminu Al Sudani, who is still parading himself as Nigerian president since last year, is coming up Saturday November 24 by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The continuation of this landmark expository of the cabal and those who planned this constitutional fraud will be exposed. New and compelling evidence will be released to the world.

The public can follow the broadcast on a variety of platforms and also via our leader’s Twitter handle @MaziNnamdiKanu where the program will be highlighted. The program will start by 6pm Biafra time. It is an open program designed to enlighten the world on what is at the heart of the decay in Nigeria and why the country cannot be salvaged unless Biafra is allowed to go or become an independent nation.

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IPOB family worldwide must not fail to demand for peaceful and democratically process for Biafra freedom which is referendum where more than 70 million legitimate citizens of Biafra will decide either to remain in the cage called Nigeria or not. The continued stay in Nigeria with the evil meted to our people will no longer be tolerated by this present generation. They are incompatible with the stated values, mission and goals of IPOB and must be stopped by every means available.

The program will commence at 6pm Biafraland time on 102.1 FM, on satellite, Radio Biafra App, Simple Radio, Tunein App, and many more. Therefore, we enjoin Biafrans, lovers of freedom both home and abroad, including friends of Biafra and enemies of Biafra to make this a date with our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as more shocking evidence, facts and figures will be released to the world. We will leave no stone unturned in our effort to liberate our people from the British engineered bondage and hell called Nigeria.

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