December 24 2023

Enugu: Biafran leader react to Gov. Peter Mbah’s Supreme Court victory

A Biafran leader has reacted Enugu State Governor Peter Mbah's Supreme Court victory even as the judgement is still generating opinions from diverse parties in South-East

Governor Peter Mbah’s Supreme Court victory has continued to generate ripples among diverse parties especially in South-East as a Biafran leader lent a voice.

A Biafran leader has reacted Enugu State Governor Peter Mbah's Supreme Court victory even as the judgement is still generating opinions from diverse parties in South-East

Speaking through a statement exclusively obtained by The Mail on Saturday, Mrs Eberechukwu Anigbogu, former women leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) congratulated Mbah.

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According to Mrs Anigbogu, the judgement was a confirmation that the people of Enugu willingly gave their mandate to Mbah.

“Governor Peter N. Mbah’s victory at the Supreme Court is well-deserving. It is a the top Christmas gift to Ndi Enugu,” Anigbogu said.

However, she expressed disappointment at the apex court’s judgement on IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Urging Biafran activists and sympathizers around the globe to be calm in the face of the injustice Kanu was passing through, Anigbogu expressed hope that the future of all Biafrans is still bright.

Mrs Eberechukwu Anigbogu was among the vocal voices who fearlessly stood with Mazi Kanu’s call to defeat the the deadly propaganda machine of the self-acclaimed Biafran “Prime Minister,” Simon Ekpa.

A Biafran leader has reacted Enugu State Governor Peter Mbah's Supreme Court victory even as the judgement is still generating opinions from diverse parties in South-East


Posted December 24, 2023 by profW in category "Inside 042

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