The leadership of Indigenous People Of Biafra have declared Intense fasting and prayer tommorow being Nov 30th, calling on all Christians, Traditiinalists, Native Doctors, Jewish, others to embark on intercession prayer to their God to come to rescue of Biafrans all over the World in their quest for self determination and release of IPOB Supreme leader who was kidnapped and renditioned by Nigerian Government. 

Mr Chika Edoziem who was the Chief IPOB Directorate of State (DOS) disclosed the information while on his special broadcast session on Thursday. 

He said that he is not instituting Sit at Home but everyone is expected to shut down their Businesses and pray openly for God's Intervention in Biafrans unjust Situations in Fulani dominated Nigerian Government. 

The Statement Reads:


IPOB Declares 30th Of November Being Eke Market Day, Prayer Day, Biafrans Of All Works Of Life Shall Pray As Follows:

1. For peace and Unity of all Biafrans in Biafraland

2. The unconditional release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from the hands of our oppressors.

3 And for the restoration of the sovereign nation, Biafra"

On this very day, we will make one solemn sacrifice. I am not instituting Sit-at-home but all Biafrans should dedicate that day by shutting down all business activities, Banks should not open..

We must stand in the open and make sure that the day light shines upon us, if it rains, let the rain fall upon us as we make this prayer

All Pastors, Evangelists, Prophets, Rabbis etc shall lead in this day prayer.

The Odinana people must also gather and call for the spirits that guards the land and Chukwu Okike Abiama.

Our kings and Ezes will also come out to pray in the manner that our ancestors prayed in the old days... They pray with a native kola that has four parts.

Those who the aka ji Ofor in Biafraland, must also come out and gather with the Odinana people also bring the Ofor and after the prayer, break the kola and throw the kola to our ancestors as the aka ji ọfọ shall raise the Ofor and hit it on the ground for our ancestors to come and fight for us.

- Mazi Chika Edoziem (HDOS)

Source: Throwback Times