IPOB Renames Imo Govt House, Douglas Road, Awomamma Junction After Late Commander

Nnamdi Kanu


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has announced the renaming of Imo State Government House, Douglas Road Owerri, and Awomamma Junction after the fallen Commander, Ikonso.
Ikonso who was killed by a combined team of Nigerian army and police was until his death was the commander of  Eastern Security Network (ESN) in Imo State.
IPOB in a statement by its media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful said that the affected places will henceforth be called Ikonso Government House, Ikonso Way and Ikonso Junction respectively. 
It called for immediate compliance of all Ministries and parastatals in the state  beginning from Wednesday, April 28t, 2021.
The statement partly read, This decision is one of the ways IPOB members and Biafrans all over the world have agreed  to immortalize the name of our brave Ikonso and his men killed by the Nigeria security agents that flee from terrorists and bandits but derive pleasure in killing unarmed Biafra agitators.
Ikonso and other fallen heroes with him did nothing to warrant their summary extra judicial execution. They made the supreme sacrifice in defense of our ancestral land against Fulani terrorists, jihadists and killer herdsmen. Biafra shall never forget them.
“We therefore expect maximum cooperation from relevant Government agencies, officials and the Imo State House of Assembly because we don’t know who this Douglas is that a road in Owerri was named  but we know who Ikonso was. He defended Imo State with his life, for without him, most Imo indigenes would be in IDP camps by now courtesy of Fulani terrorists.”


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