Biafra: IPOB Igweocha Inaugurates Felix Family Unit In Obigbo
Maxwell Chuks reporting for Family Writers
1st May 2017
Barely few days the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu was granted bail and released from detention; the Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB) in Igweocha (Rivers state), have proved how formidable and resolute they are by inaugurating another IPOB family unit called 'Felix Family Unit' in Obigbo L.G.A on the 30th day of April 2017.
In recent time; there have been constant proves that Biafrans in Igweocha, mainly Obigbo L.G.A are really working hard towards the restoration of Biafra as many IPOB family Zones and units are inaugurated and the birth/inauguration of Felix Family Unit, also marked a huge success in Obigbo.
Despite that Family Inaugurations in Igweocha have always been wonderful; the inauguration of Felix Family Unit wore a different look entirely as it was carried out in the great atmosphere of celebration over the release of Nnamdi Kanu. The presence of men and women who outnumbered the men, significantly sent another wonderful message to everyone who witnessed the event.
During the inauguration; children of ages between 5 and 13 years old, crowned the event by first reading out a welcome address followed by other presentations during the event.
After the inauguration; when asked of how she intend to further spread the gospel of the restoration of Biafra to other parts of Biafra land, just as she said during the event,, the unit's coordinator said: "I'll evangelise in the markets, business places and anywhere I go because as a Biafran, that's what is required of me in other to restore Biafra and liberate our people. We are tired of the type of situation we are facing in Nigeria, we want to restore Biafra because it's our identity, that's who we are" She added.
In happiness and jubilation; the newly inaugurated unit, sang Biafra songs, followed later by closing prayers where they prayed seriously fo the release of detained IPOB members, victory for IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and for the restoration of Biafra.