Former US Soldier Joins IPOB for Biafra freedom

Former US Soldier Joins IPOB
Akachukwu Okeke (ex US soldier)

A former US soldier has joined the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

The Igbo born US soldier, Akachukwu Okeke declared this via his social media handle.

It is no longer news that leader of the IPOB group was rearrested by the Nigerian government. Since his rearrest, cases have been raised on how he was arrested.

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Biafrans in diaspora have taken to the streets to protest against the illegal abduction of the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Unfortunately for the Nigerian government, IPOB is getting stronger even at the rearrest of their leader.

Akachukwu Okeke a former US soldier officially joined IPOB.

IPOB is a group fighting for the independent nation of Biafra.

Mr Okeke was one of those their great grand fathers were sold as slaves to America. He served the US army for 20 years and retired few months ago.

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According to Sidney Amaka, he had a DNA test and discovered that he is an Igbo man. He therefore changed his name from Petterson to Akachukwu Okeke.

According to him; “It is official…. I just took my oath and was sworn in as a member of IPOB under the leadership of Maazi Nnamdi Kanu.

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