By Ike A. Offor
Ahead of May 30th to mark the very first global event commemorating the horrific deaths of 3 million Biafrans and the heroic roles played by Biafran heroes and heroines, lots of foreign journalists and right groups leaders have been visiting IPOB leader in their numbers.
As the Indigenous People of Biafra ( IPOB) prepare for the sit at home order on 30th May 2017, foreign journalists and observers are here to witness first hand Biafra Heroes Remembrance Day.
On arrival, the group visited the leader of the Indigenous People Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu at his family home.
Like Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB and the director of Radio Biafra once said, ‘ we must remember those who died fighting for us, their spirits are angry with us and this is why we are having problems, once we begin to honour them, Biafra will be here with us’.
So, it is paramount to IPOB and other Biafran groups to begin to commemorate the spirits of the fallen heroes and heroines of Biafra in order to realise and restore Biafra.
This is why their efforts are geared towards the Biafra Heroes Remembrance Day (BHRD)
The leaders of IPOB, MASSOB, BILLIE and others, have slated the 30th May as a day to sit-at home to commemorate the spirits of the fallen heroes and heroines of Biafra.
The Nigeria police has declare such move as illegal and have started arresting members of the Biafran groups ahead of the 30th May Biafra Heroes remembrance Day.
Whether this will deter them from not holding the event is glaringly impossible since the Biafrans have demonstrated so far as a people who never intimidated by show of force by the Nigerian security forces.