Biafra – BIAFRAEXIT Referendum Draws Closer As Innumerable Multitude, Troop Out In Solidarity With Kanu, To Say No Election In Anambra

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The restoration of Biafra gains traction as over a million Biafrans converged at Omagba Play Ground in Onitsha Anambra Biafraland. Kanu’s mission to Anambra yesterday was very simple and clear. To further drive home the fact that their will be no more Nigerian Elections In Biafraland, starting with Anambra On 18th of November. The Crowd can be heard chanting “No More Elections”.

There was total lock down in Onitsha city, as people make there way to the Learning ground where the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu later came to see them.

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Kanu was not bothered about the call earlier this week by Nigerian murderous military and later civilian head of state, Olusegun Obasanjo for his assasination. Obasanjo had said, that Nigerian government should do everything possible to stop Nnamdi Kanu, including assassination. However, Kanu was seen shaking people at random without any shred of fear or panic in him.

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He has distinguished himself as a true leader who cares for the welfare of his people and his people, the Biafrans are reciprocating their love for him. By sacrificing everything possible to make sure that Biafra is restored

Also, Kanu was greeted by multitude earlier in the day at Ohaji Egbema in Imo Biafraland, where he visited the family of some of the detained Biafran activists who are still in detention in Abuja. See video below.

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The leader of the Indigenous People of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu travels down to obosima in ohaji, Imo state to pay a visit to the family of David Nwawuife who’s still in detention alongside Benjamin Madubugwu and Chidiebere.


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