Abuja - The Indigenous People of Biafra have allegedly split
and can now be known as The Re-branded Indigenous People of Biafra due to the
detention of Leader, Nnamdi Kanu, Vanguard reported.
Spokesperson of the split group, Chima Osuji, has stated
that the decision to breakaway was made during an emergency meeting in Abia
Osuji states "it was resolved that due to rigid and
fatalistic position of Nnamdi Kanu, several of us like minded shall breakaway
and form The Re-branded Indigenous People of Biafra." The group is also
known as TRIPOB.
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The new group wants Biafra to not be a reality come October
2016 and therefore will also set alight the Biafra flag in Abuja.
The group further stated that they want a new way of
thinking and don't want to be victims of their mentality.
IPOB had promised to liberate and resolve all issues that are based internally.
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