Biafra: IPOB Members Disrupt Church Service In Abia Over 2019 (Video)
Pro-Biafra activists hoist Biafra flag at Christ the King Cathedral.

Pro-Biafra activists suspected to be members of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) disrupted a church service at Christ the King Cathedral, (CKC) in Aba, Abia state, southern Nigeria over a prayer request made by the Reverend Father.

In a three minutes sixteen seconds video, the separatist activists could be seen hoisting the Biafra flag and also chanting the name of the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.

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The narrator in the video said the clergyman had instructed the church members to pray for a peaceful election in Nigeria in 2019 but in reaction, the pro-Biafra activists suspected to be members of the IPOB protested, insisting that there will be no election in “Biafra land” (Southeast Nigeria).

In a protest, the Biafra loyalists could be heard singing: “Holy Holy Holy Nnamdi Kanu is our saviour,” causing a commotion in the church during the process.

Watch the video below…


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