IPOB launches new Facebook group page

IPOB launches new Facebook group page, after the first was deleted

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has accused Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook of helping President Buhari to continue the mass [neutralization] of innocent Biafrans.

IPOB spokesman, Emma Powerful, made the allegations after Facebook deleted radio Biafra Facebook group, London, from its platform.

“Radio Biafra was one of the largest discussion groups on Facebook before Zuckerberg visited Buhari.

“After that visit, Facebook shut down our platform on Buhari’s request.

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The group accused Facebook as supporting “Repressive regimes such as that of Major-General Muhammadu Buhari”.

The group noted that following Zuckerberg’s alliance with General Buhari, Facebook Satellite was destroyed at the launch pad.

The group described the destruction of the Facebook satellite as the handwork of God.

“The God we serve will set an example with you that mankind may know that HE is the God of Biafrans.

“If you do not turn back from your evil ways.

“Look at Nigeria today and know that God’s anger is upon her and her leaders because they dared to arrest Nnamdi Kanu.

“Satlink Israel lost their satellite because Buhari persuaded them to remove Radio Biafra satellite radio broadcast from their services.

“Nobody comes against IPOB and survives it.

“We urge you to retrace your steps and reinstall Radio Biafra London Facebook group”, the group said.

Following the shutdown of IPOB’s page, the group opened a brand new group page.

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“Fellow Biafrans, friends of Biafra, all men and women of goodwill and of good conscience, we implore you to join the new Radio Biafra London [RBL] [email protected]://www.facebook.com/groups/231885870563316/

“As you add your friends, also ask them to add their own friends.

“We shall demonstrate to the world and our detractors at large that we are capable.

“No amount of cyber terrorism from General Muhammadu Buhari can quench the spirit of Biafra nor suppress the genuine aspiration of the Biafran people to collective self-emancipation,” the statement read.