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IPOB Urges Postponement of Exams and Convocation in Southeast on Biafra Day

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) calls on WAEC and Nnamdi Azikiwe University to reschedule exams and convocation planned for May 30, citing safety concerns amid Biafra Day celebrations.

Amid preparations for Biafra Day on May 30, IPOB appeals to WAEC and Nnamdi Azikiwe University to defer exams and convocation ceremonies for safety reasons in the Southeast region.

IPOB emphasizes the significance of May 30 as a day to honor fallen Biafran heroes and heroines, urging institutions to respect the solemnity of the occasion by avoiding public events.

In an open letter, IPOB spokesperson Emma Powerful highlights the historical importance of Biafra Heroes Day and the need for all activities to be suspended in honor of those who sacrificed their lives during the Nigerian-Biafran war.

The letter underscores the importance of prioritizing the safety of children and the general populace on Biafra Remembrance Day, urging institutions to reconsider their schedules to avoid any potential risks.

IPOB’s call for postponement extends to all organizations planning events on May 30, emphasizing the need to observe the day with reverence and reflection.

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