Biafra Protests IPOB Spain promises to pay victims’ hospital bills

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IPOB Spain made the announcement via a statement released by the Head of the Directorate of States in Spain, Uchenna Asiegbu.

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Spain has said that it will pay the hospital bills for every Biafra supporter who was injured in a clash with security officials in Onitsha, Anambra State on May 30, 2016.
IPOB » Spain made the announcement via a statement released by the Head of the Directorate of States in Spain,
Uchenna Asiegbu, according to Vanguard.
The statement reads:
IPOB will pay the hospital bill of every injured Biafran in this quest for justice, from contributions from family members all over the world. We don’t want any politician to contribute to the treatment of those they ordered to be shot on sight.
Let no family member of IPOB accept any dime from Governor Willie Obiano or any other Nigerian politician. IPOB is equal to every task laid before it and will never allow its members and non- members who were wounded by gun toting soldiers to suffer.
IPOB is using this opportunity to thank all the medical doctors and nurses in Biafraland for their courage and support during the remembrance day celebration, for the rescue of our members and brothers, who escaped being felled by the lawless soldiers, who have decided to abandon their job of protecting Nigeria against external aggression to pursue non- violent IPOB and other Biafra agitators in Nigeria.

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Source: Pulse

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