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Nnamdi Kanu arrives Enugu, Prays for fallen Biafrans (PHOTOS)


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Days after being released on bail, the Biafran activist visits Enugu. The leader of the Indigenous People of
Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu was at the
Cenotaph Hill Top in Enugu on
Thursday, May 4.
Kanu arrived Enugu from Abuja six
days after his release from Kuje Prison
in Abuja.

Real Media Partners gathered that the IPOB leader
visited the Cenotaph to pray and have
some private time.
A cenotaph is an empty tomb or a
monument erected in honour of a
person or group of people whose
remains were buried somewhere else.
The leader of the Indigenous People (IPOB) of
Biafra Nnamdi Kanu has traveled back to the
South-East region of Nigeria

It can also be an initial tomb for a
person who has been buried elsewhere
especially groups of individuals or
soldiers lost by a country or an empire.
Nnamdi Kanu left Abuja for Enugu on Thursday,
May 4
Sources also told news men that as
custom, Kanu visited the Cenotaph
anytime he comes back home.

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“IPOB Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu prayed
at the Biafra Cenotaph Hill Top Enugu
upon his safe arrival into Biafraland.
Anytime Kanu comes into Biafraland, he
would first visit the Cenotaph for private
prayers.
“Biafra Cenotaph Enugu is the
commemorative site of the fallen heroes
of Biafra,” the source said.
The source said the Kanu said his
prayers at the cenotaph at exactly 12
noon today, April 4.
He visited the Cenotaph Hilltop in Enugu for
private paryers and respect for fallen heroes
who died during the Nigeria -Biafra civil war
“Kanu went to present himself before the
Almighty God and to pay his respects to
Biafran soldiers and IPOB activists that
fell in defence of our freedom,” the source
added.

Recall that the IPOB had earlier
announced that it will embark on a sit-
at-home protest on May 30.
The group said the protest will be in
remembrance and honour of those who
lost their loved once during the civil
war.

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