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On May 30th, IPOB will hold a sit-in to honor “Biafra Fallen Heroes.”

On May 30, 2023, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) asked people living in the South-East to hold a sit-at-home day to honor the “fallen heroes.”

Pro-Biafra activists and veterans of the civil war observe May 30 as a day of remembrance for those who perished in the 30 months-long conflict, which is said to have killed at least 3 million people. It is likewise a day currently put away to recollect every one of those killed in all Biafra battle in Nigeria

Be that as it may, IPOB in explanation on Tuesday, by its media and exposure secretary, Emma Strong, said the sit-at-home on May 30 is “to respect brave people who paid a definitive penance for us to leave as a group.”

“We the global movement of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wish to announce to all Biafrans, friends of Biafra, and lovers of Biafra freedom across the world that May 30, 2023, is Biafra Heroes Day,” reads the statement.

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“It is a special day observed outside in honor of our fallen comrades and those who paid the ultimate price for the liberation of Biafra from 1967 to 1970 and beyond.

“However Nigeria State eliminated history from schools and public talk so the relatives of Biafra will never again recollect and respect our legends, IPOB authority wouldn’t allow the work of our legends to go to no end.

“Because of this, fellow Biafrans, this 30th of May in 2023 is yet another sacred day to remember our fallen heroes, heroines, and comrades who died in defense of our land and for the birth of the Biafra Nation.

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“In accordance with our culture and out of respect for our fallen heroes, IPOB has declared a sit-at-home day on May 30, 2023, across the entire territory of Biafra to remember those who died fighting for Biafra’s independence and freedom.”

However, it urged IPOB members to organize and observe that day in any manner that each nation, zone, or unit deems appropriate. The IPOB leadership advises everyone to keep the event peaceful.

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“During the celebration services, 3 minutes of quiet ought to be noticed for the fallen legends who died from 1967-1970 till date.”

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