Biafra

Biafra: IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu invent new method of Writing

The Indegenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led by Nnamdi Kanu have invented a new method of Writing Called “Igudibia”. This is was according to one of the officials of IPOB Emeka Gift and it is meant to replace the old ancient Insibi used by ancient Igbos and Biafrans.

This is what he wrote:

Have you heard about igudibia.

The new Biafran system of writing invented by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his elite SIA team. This is igudibia,it was designed by a group of hardcore undercover Biafran agents working with Nnamdi KANU.

They call themselves S.I.A igudubia is a system of writing invented for the Biafra-Africa people. It was created on the 12th of February,2013.

It has 33 letters and can encode over 2532 languages and 326 computer machine code languages… Its the first of its kind,designed to replace the long forgotten insibidi of the ancient Biafra Empire that existed over 5000 years ago.

This message was sent to me by this special group of people working with Nnamdi Kanu,they were ordered to unveil it march ending 2018(easter) on passover which divinely marks the new year according to original counting of our ancestors which rhyme with the biblical and Torah counting of days.

This message has been sent to many people,please as a Biafran you ought to share and send to others so the world will know that we are seriously determined and prepared for Biafra restoration. All hail Biafra.

#SupportBiafraFreedom

#SupportBiafraReferendum

Source: Golden Ubachukwu Iruka

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