Biafra News – 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.
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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