“It was a moment of contagious joy in the family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), on Sunday 10th November 2019, as Mazi Uzochukwu Clement Obi and his beautiful bride, Madam Anicette Lou Jozan, dutifully tied the nuptial nut as husband and wife, at Saint Jeanne D’arc Catholic Church, Treichville, Abidjan, Cote d Ivoire.
“Worthy of note is the fact that the wedding is one of it’s kind ever, involving an IPOB family member in the country. It was really a marriage worth celebrating as IPOB family members in their numbers from different zones, accompanied the groom and his bride, to both the church service and to the reception venue.
“The wedding also provided an ample opportunity for the IPOB family to spread the all important gospel of the Biafra restoration project to relatives, friends and well wishers alike, who thronged the reception venue. Biafrans were exceptionally happy for the consistency of the IPOB global family as well as that of her leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“Mazi Ejike Williams, the Chairman of the Igbo community resident in Côte D’Ivoire, was visibly overwhelmed by the modus operandi and civility of IPOB family members in the country and with joy and deep sense of patriotism, lifted up high, the Biafran flag to view of all. This was accompanied by thunderous shouts of admiration and affirmation that there is absolutely no mortal being born of a woman that has the capacity and capability to stop the coming of the Biafran nation.
“The groom, Mazi Uzochukwu Clement Obi and his bride, Madam Anicette Lou Jozan were totally dumbfounded and encouraged with the level of love, support and physical presence shown to them by the IPOB Côte D’Ivoire family amongst others.
Mazi Emeka Gift
Reporting from Abidjan, Cote D’Ivoire
For Family Writers Press International.