Lagos - The Customary Government of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has announced its plans to resettle traders of Igbo extraction whose shops were demolished by Lagos State Government at Oshodi Market, Lagos.
IPOB in a statement on Tuesday said it was mobilising resources from Ndigbo residents abroad to assist resettle the victimised traders.
The group noted that Ndigbo in Diaspora have indicated interest to contribute to the relief fund to assist the traders out of their predicament.
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The statement was signed by the Administrator of IPOB, Aniebue Anthony.
The statement read: “We wish to inform our numerous concerned indigenous people that due to our traditional compassion to the plight of our fellow Biafrans, our people have started responding positively to our request to come forward to donate land to resettle our people whose shops were demolished at Oshodi market.
‘’For some obvious official reasons, we are not going to disclose the communities that have come forward with offers of land, but be rest assured that once the processes have gone unstopped to a reasonable extent, we shall immediately release the details of the land donors to our listening public.
- News 24