A second batch of rice and other food items have been sent to Biafrans by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The food items, Jungle Journalist Media Limited learnt, is meant to cushion the effects of the coronavirus pandemic lockdown for Biafrans.Speaking on the development, Nnamdi Kanu said in a broadcast“The second batch has arrived, third batch will be delivered direct to a location in Anambra. “Distribution to homes and families started yesterday and will continue until all vulnerable families are fed. I am not under any illusion that this is a very tiny drop in a mighty ocean but with the help of numerous Biafran philanthropists, few conscientious politicians and grace of God, Biafrans shall come through this hunger and pestilence stronger as a people and more united as a nation.“We must be guided by our creed at all times and remember that our ability to defend those who cannot defend themselves is what makes IPOB unique”, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu stated.Recall that Kanu had earlier sent N50 million to the IPOB in Biafra land, for onward distribution across the land. The money, according to the organisation, would be distributed among some missionary hospitals for treatment of patients, while the rest will be used for purchase of items.