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Igbo in Canada unveil fresh plans for Biafra

fresh plans for Biafra

An Igbo group known as Igbo Canadian Community Association (ICCA/Umunna) has roled out fresh plans for Biafra.

The group will at a matter of urgency commence massive lobbying of the South-East governors and House of Assemblies to set aside a Biafra Memorial Day.

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Igbo in Canada unveil fresh plans for Biafra

fresh plans for Biafra
The Igbo Canadian Community Association (ICCA/Umunna) has announced that it will immediately commence intense lobbying of the South-East governors and House of Assemblies to declare a Biafra Memorial Day in remembrance of the over three million people of Igbo origin that died during the Nigerian civil war.
This was contained in a statement sent to DAILY POST on Sunday from Toronto, Canada by the chairman, Board of Directors of the socio-cultural and political group, Ben Allison, through the Public Relations Officer (PRO), Ahaoma Kanu.
The group also announced the 17th Biafra Memorial Events due to be hosted in Toronto, Canada on May, 18th, 2019.

 

fresh plans for Biafra

Igbo in Canada unveil fresh plans for Biafra

The Chairman pointed out that there was immediate need to have a day instituted to honour “our fathers, mothers, brothers and kinsmen who lost their lives in the two and half years war is necessary so that the coming generations will be aware of the history of the travail, trials and survival of Ndigbo in Nigeria”. ”

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