Posted by News Express | 20 October 2016 | 2,633 times
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Directorate of State (DOS) has called for spiritual warfare for the “total liberation of our people Biafra and for the purification of the land of Biafra.”
It said ordained people who believe in freedom should preach freedom and ask God Almighty to restore the ancient nation Biafra.
A statement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Comrade Emma Powerful, said the petition to God Almighty will be in Biafra territory, Nigeria and the Diaspora “wherever Biafrans live, the topic of the spiritual warfare will be ‘Pharaoh Let My People Go’.”
Comrade Powerful recalled that similar prayers were said by the Jewish community during their own days of suffering in Egypt and God Almighty heard their prayers.
The Biafran religious leaders, he said, because they prayers are designed for liberation, and freedom of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra and the director radio and Biafra television to come and liberate the people of Biafra, therefore we are bound to take the case to the heaven.
It said since the illegal detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the people of Biafra whose release has been resisted irrespective of court orders has been experiencing all sorts of hardship and calamity, and it is no longer man made but spiritual attack.
Comrade Powerful said notice of the prayers will be communicated to Biafra friends and all lovers of freedom and Biafans all over the world so they can organise themselves and be prepared, spiritually so that their prayer will be heard.
He added: “The program and the submission of the petitions and sowing of seeds will be in all the denominations or churches where Biafrans, friends of Biafra and lovers of Biafra attends to ask God Almighty who directs this noble project to come for the rescue of his people.
“Nevertheless, the petitions will also carry the illegal detention of our leader prophet Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and incessant harassment and arrest of the members of the indigenous people of Biafra IPOB.” (Independent)
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