IPOB denies explosion that rocked “Wike” father’s church in Port-Harcourt


Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), has denied association in the blast that shook a congregation said to be possessed by the father of Rivers State governor, Chief Nyesom Wike, in Port Harcourt.

More than five young people had supposedly attacked the congregation distinguished as Christain Universal Church International on 25 Azikiwe Street Mile, 3 Diobu, Port Harcourt and exploded the unstable suspected to be Dynamite, on Saturday night.

The gathering in an articulation gave on Tuesday by the Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful said IPOB was ignorant of the supposed assault.

It kept up that individuals from the gathering didn’t enjoy hazardous gadgets and were not examining doing as such sooner rather than later.

IPOB exhorted the Nigerian Police and Governor Wike to quit hawking oulandish lies against it, blaming him for conveying same strategies the Nigerian Government sent to inject viciousness into tranquil #EndSars fights in Lagos and Abuja.

The assertion read to some extent, “The consideration of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), capably drove by our incredible Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has been attracted to the created and state-supported purposeful publicity sold by Nyesom Wike and his co-voyagers that quiet and guiltless individuals from IPOB are liable for a supposed assault on his dad’s structure on Saturday night.

“We need to state completely and for record purposes that IPOB thinks nothing about the said implied assault. We don’t enjoy touchy gadgets and we don’t have any intensions to do as such sooner rather than later.

“We have said it on various events that brutality isn’t important for the plan in our mission to reestablish Biafra. Any day we choose to wage war against the state, which isn’t in our nearby examination, it won’t be done covertly.

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