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IPOB Will Deal With S/East Leaders Working Against Kanu – Ekpa

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The recently appointed host of Radio Biafra, Simon Ekpa, has stated that the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) will deal with Southeast leaders working to destroy Nnamdi Kanu.

In a post on his Facebook page, Ekpa, a dual citizen of both Nigeria and Finland, said the struggle for the actualization of Biafra is currently in a new dimension.

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UK Govt Indicted In Kanu's Arrest

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Recently, The insistence by the British government that it was not aware of the arrest of Biafra agitator and IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, may be inaccurate.

The world power had refuted speculations that Kanu was arrested in Britain during a sting operation in conjunction with Nigeria.

A source close to federal authorities told DAILY POST Tuesday night that the United Kingdom denied knowledge for bilateral reasons.


Senate Proposes 18 As Age For UTME Candidates

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Senate has commenced process of amending the establishment Act of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), with particular interest on age of candidates participating in Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

The lawmakers suggested in the new amendment that 18 years should be set as age for any candidate that will like to participate in UTME henceforth, as against the practice of candidates participating in the exercise as early as 14 years.

Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Basic Education, Senator Akon Eyakenyi, disclosed the information on Monday when she led other Committee members on oversight visit to JAMB headquarters in Abuja.

She explained that the Committee had identified two major areas to be addressed in the proposed amendment for the examination body to function better.


Police Parade ESN Members In Imo

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The Imo State Police Command on Tuesday paraded suspected members of Eastern Security Network linked to Indigenous People of Biafra.

The Police spokesperson in the state, Micheal Abattam, who paraded the suspects said they belonged to drug-peddling department of the separatist group.

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