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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Photos: Here’s Why Turkish Diplomat, Erkahraman Visited Biafra Leader, Nnamdi Kanu

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Brother to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, Emmanuel Kanu has disclosed that the Turkish government is seeking ways of partnering with IPOB’s leadership, DailyPost reports.

Emmanuel, in a statement said Turkish government was seeking to partner with IPOB leadership in the areas of infrastructural programmes designed to promote education, roads reconstruction and other projects.

He said this was made known during a meeting between “the very first emissary sent to Biafra land by the Turkish government, Abdulkadir Erkahraman and representatives of IPOB.

“During the visit, Erkahraman said he came to seek ways to partner IPOB leadership and Biafrans in general in the areas of infrastructural programs designed to promote education,
roads re-construction and other projects which will be unveiled in no distant time.”

According to Emmanuel, Erkahraman said “Biafrans are very hard working and great people to work with.”

He noted that the Turkish government would welcome a transparent and trustworthy relationship with the leadership of IPOB represented by kanu.
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Some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, on Tuesday, June 20, visited their leader Nnamdi Kanu at his hometown in Isiama Afara, Umuahia in Abia state.

At the meeting, some women were seen throwing their wrappers on the ground for Kanu to walk on.

While speaking to a newsman, a member of Kanu’s family who spoke on the incident, said the women saw the visit as an opportunity to honour Kanu for his efforts towards the freedom of Biafra.

“The women came here and they insisted he must walk on their wrapper. They were still talking before you know it, they have thrown the wrappers on the floor,” a lady identified as Sonia said.
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Thousands of Biafra supporters gathered outside Nnamdi Kanu’s father’s house are shown below shouting “All we are saying, give us Biafra.”