Nnamdi Kanu extends N50m COVID-19’s fund, to IPOB doctors, nurses

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has announced that his group has assembled IPOB Nurses, Doctors and other Health practitioners who will help to fight COVID-19 in Biafraland.

Kanu disclosed that his directives were successfully carried out on the 30th March, 2020.

Recall that the IPOB leader has donated N50 million out of the N300 million budgeted to fight the deadly virus across the region.

He was grateful to the doctors and the hospitals for making this a reality.

Read his statements below:

My Fellow Biafrans,

“Yesterday 30 March 2020 brave sons and daughters of Biafraland, acting on my directive assembled our doctors, nurses and other health care professionals in various states across our land to coordinate our response, as a people, to the global Coronavirus pandemic.

“I am particularly grateful to those brave doctors that offered their hospitals and volunteered to work with IPOB to ensure adequate and proper care is provided to those who may require intensive medical attention during this difficult period.

I was privileged to personally address, via conference call, our doctors and nurses assembled in Anambra State for this great humanitarian task of our generation. Going forward, I hope to be able speak to the Akwa Ibom and Bayelsa health workers on or before Friday of this week. Further details will be provided during our live broadcast tomorrow at 7 pm.

Thank you

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