Nnamdi Kanu, the head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has stated that the secessionist organization will soon establish its social media platform, according to Simon Ekpa, one of Nnamdi Kanu’s disciples.
In a video posted on his official Facebook page, Ekpa explained that the move was required owing to problems with Facebook and Twitter in sharing vital information on the Biafra movement.
The Finn said that Facebook is preventing him from going Live on the network, claiming that the platform is obstructing their operations.
He said, “Because of the way Facebook is frustrating everything we do, including the one they call their community standard, we will continue to use ‘enterbiafra’ until our social media platform is launched.
“Our social media platform will be launched by our leader Nnamdi Kanu and until then”.
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