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  • Updated: November 20, 2023

IPOB opens liaison office in Italy

IPOB opens liaison office in Italy

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has announced the establishment of a liaison office in Padova, Italy, intended to function as a contact point for its members spread across Europe.

In a statement on Sunday, IPOB's spokesperson, Emma Powerful, emphasized their swift progression towards the restoration of Biafra's independence and sovereignty, primarily through a referendum.

Powerful highlighted that the Italy office holds significance as an official diplomatic link for engagement among its members worldwide, as they steadfastly pursue the realization of the rebirth of the Biafran nation.

He said, “The global family and movement of IPOB ably led by the leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu wish to announce to Biafrans, friends of Biafra, and lovers of Biafra freedom across the world that IPOB has opened a liaison office in Padova, Italy.

“We also salute the IPOB family in Europe for adding the Italy Liaison Office to the number of liaison offices on the continent. The IPOB Italy Liaison Office shall serve as a contact office for IPOB members.

“The purpose of setting up Biafra liaison offices is primarily to explore and promote the Biafran cultural heritage, trade, investment, and economic development for the people of Biafra.

“The liaison offices also serve as a communication centre for Biafrans. It is also an official link for diplomatic engagement for our people around the world as we pursue our quest for the rebirth of the Biafran nation.

“We are in the know that IPOB leadership is strategically positioning Biafra for the final restoration push.

“We are moving quickly towards the restoration of Biafra’s Independence and sovereignty through a referendum. Biafrans and particularly IPOB are fully committed to restoring Biafra sovereignty. It is either Biafra or Biafra or Biafra! No retreat, no surrender.”

 

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