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IPOB Leadership(DOS) VS IDUU Autopilot-A Reply_FE(1)

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IPOB Leadership(DOS) VS IDUU Autopilot-A Reply_FE(1)

This is the FE of our response Video on the Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) vs the group sponsored by the slave master and his accomplices to infiltrate and divide the group and destroy the Biafra freedom struggle. . We must remember the slave masters divide and conquer strategy where he usually sets up a rival to cause and create the divide. As the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) lead by Nnamdi Kanu embarked on a peaceful agitation for freedom of Biafra, the slave master has employed different strategies` to destroy the struggle the same way they did the abolitionists and the quakers when they were struggling for the slave trade to be discontinued.
In this video, we responded to a comment we received from a previous video where someone suggested that we collected money when we tried to highlight that Simon Ekpa(fake name) is an agent of division working for the slave master. We tried to show that an indiviodual going by the false identity Simon Ekpa is an agent of the slave master used to create a divide with the ultimate goal to destroy IPOB and the Biafra struggle. Many Negroes in the Biafra struggle have been deceived by the slave masters decoy going with the fake name Simon and this video is to show that he is not genuinely looking for Biafra freedom but working to destroy IPOB as a group.

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