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IPOB: Igbo summit can never hold in Awka

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, vowed Sunday that the proposed Igbo summit scheduled to take place in Awka on May 21st, 2018 would never hold, threatening that such a gathering could take place only if the heaven fell.

IPOB crisis: Kalu sues for peace, calls for respect authority, human rights

Former governor of Abia State and APC South East chieftain has called on the the IPOB Youths to remain law abiding as he consults with the federal authorities and IPOB stakeholders towards finding a common ground to the brewing crisis in Abia State

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