IPOB ReleasesThe List Of Names Of Top Members That Will Visit The White House On July 21..

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Pro-Biafra group the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has released the names of some of its members that will be part of the delegation to the White House of July 21.

Voice of Ndigbo recalls that the group had claimed that it got an invitation to visit the United State’s seat of power which was reportedly rescheduled following terrorists attacks in the UK.

But the IPOB America chief mobilization officer, Candy Stallworth, in a Facebook post on Tuesday, July stated that the visit to the White House would take place on July 21, 2017.

Candy Stallworth also released names of some IPOB member who would be going for the visit

According to the guest list released by IPOB those reportedly visiting the White House include:

1 Josephine Erewa

2 Candy Stallworth

3 Bertram Alozie

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4 Lawrence Nwaogu

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See the Facebook post by Candy Stallworth below:

Meanwhile, the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign States of Biafra (MASSOB) has advised the Federal Government to convene a sovereign national conference in Nigeria.

The Ralph Uwazuruike faction of the group said a new conference would allow all ethnic nationalities in Nigeria to determine their future.

The national director of information for MASSOB Sunny Okoroafor while speaking in Aba during the announcement of the group’s anniversary in September said a national conference will help solve the growing agitations by various ethnic groups in Nigeria.

Voice of Ndigbo learnt that Okoroafor also condemned the recent call for the restructuring of Nigeria by some of the South-East governors and leaders.

He said restructuring cannot solve Nigeria’s challenges and the growing agitation for Biafra.

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