Biafra: Irish City of Waterford agog as (IPOB) Ireland march on St Patricks Day 2016

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The Indegenious People of Biafra in Ireland on the 17th of march 2016 were part of the prestigious St Patricks day carnival.

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Saint Patrick’s Day is the feast day of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland and a day of celebration for Irish people. It is celebrated on March 17 all over Ireland and everywhere in the world where Irish people or their descendants live.

New York City has one of the biggest parades. It is a very Irish festival and it involves a lot of feasting and celebrations, which includes traditional Irish music, drinking Guinness and eating bacon and cabbage.

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Another tradition is one has to wear green clothing or they will be pinched. Green is the color for Saint Patrick’s day as it is the national color of Ireland and people often wear green on that day or have some type of shamrock on their clothing. Saint Patrick’s Day is also called Paddi’s day, it’s the national day for Ireland and is a cultural and religious celebration on the 17th March.

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The normal traditional is to dress in green, party with beer and music. The Celebrations generally involve public parades and festivals. It is very normal that they wear a Shamrock, a three leaved plant which is also a symbol for Ireland. The first St Patrick’s Day parade in Ireland was held in Waterford in 1903. In the beginning, it was a 3 day long celebration, but now it is a 5 day celebration.

It also happened either by an act of God or an act of coincidence that the first St Patrick’s day carnival for the biafran was in Waterford a south eastern city of the republic of Ireland

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Waterford city facebook page described the biafrans as having fantastic colour and music. The city of Waterford was agog on seeing the formidable Biafrans marching, dancing and singing in style. The Biafran colour was so conspicous and beautifully paraded. while the Nigerians recieved no commendation.

Elderly Irish men and women were excited to see there own slogan which they used during the war between Nigeria and Biafra to campaign for support for the Biafrans on the scintillating Biafran Banner. The slogans reads ‘ KEEP BIAFRA ALIVE’

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