Nnamdi Kanu’s Family Joins the pro-Biafra Protest, See Photos Too



Nnamdi Kanu's Mother and Sister

The million-man match embarked upon by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB and supporters of Biafra early this month which began overseas and has reached over 60 countries of the world where IPOB is fully operational has taken a new dimension with the family of the indomitable Director of Radio Biafra and the Supreme leader of IPOB joining in the protest without fear of kidnap or intimidation by the Nigeria government.

The protest which took place yesterday at Umuahia, the capital city of Abia State and the hometown of Director Nnamdi Kanu brought economic activity to a hut with hundreds of thousands of agitators of freedom for Biafra seen all over the State capital.

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Nnamdi Kanu's sister
Despite all attempt by the security agents at Ubakala to stop the protesters from getting into the State capital, they still did. And just at about 5:30am, the mother and younger sister of Nnamdi Kanu, Ugoeze Sally Nnenne Kanu and Princess Chichi Kanu respectively, joined the protesters who had passed the night at Ubakala.

Matching alongside other protesters and members of the royal family, Ugoeze Sally Nnenne Kanu, the mother of Nnamdi Kanu continuously called the Federal Government to release her son who did nothing wrong by speaking out.

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This is exactly one month the Director Radio Biafra, Nnamdi kanu was abducted by DSS under the directive of President Muhammadu Buhari. That notwithstanding, Radio Biafra and Biafra Television as well as other media channels have continued to broadcast and is even getting more popular.


Biafrans in Umuahia

The previous day the pro-Biafra Protesters took to the streets of Owerri in Imo State, the Governor, Rochas Okorocha who had continuously threatened to exterminate anyone calling for secession was nowhere to be found but rather called on the group to come for a round-table dialogue which they blatantly refused to adhere to, saying; “light and darkness has nothing in common.”

However, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has called on the protesters to be careful not to disrupt the peace of the State.

The protesters have promised to intensify the protest not minding threats from the Army to come after them.