IPOB raises the Dragon flag: The leader of indigenous people of Biafra “IPOB” Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has once again reiterated during his Wednesday broadcast,that the dragon flag raised by him in memory of IPOB members killed extrajudicially in Emene, Enugu State on 23 August 2020 will never come down until Biafra is restored.
He went on to say that it’s not his duty to tell Biafrans what is happening, stating that the enemies of Biafra will tell humanity how they are feeling the heat. In his words he made it abundantly clear that Biafra remains the only Black African race ever to raise dragon flag.
The dragon flag itself, a scarlet red dragon on a black flag, is fearsome. Flying the dragon banner basically means that the oppressed have full authority to kill whomever their oppressors are meant be. Many fighters in ancient times fought under banners that were designed to create fear in their enemies,the dragon banner was used by many fighters, He said
Okanga Trumpeters reported that about seven police stations across South East have been attacked, officers killed in some cases and weapons carted away in the last couple of weeks. Though investigations are yet to link the terror acts with the IPOB. However, the Public across the South East are wary of the looming security challenges in the zone.
The Dragon flag raised by the Indigenous People of Biafra
According to Kanu, “the dragon flag raised by IPOB is essentially the banner of war against Fulani Janjaweed terrorists in Biafraland, it was first raised in England in 1300 during the times of battle. it was about the war for Scottish sovereignty fought by Robert the Bruce, king of Scots. It’s very much about brutal warfare and combat. In this case, though, it’s no literal dragon but the Dragon Banner, a flag flown by the Prince of Wales (Billy Howle), son of King Edward I (Stephen Dillane). After Robert killed English loyalist John Comyn,he declared himself king, and began to unite the Scots under his rule. The Prince beseeches his father to allow him to put down the Bruce’s rebellion.
“Nigger-Area (Nigeria) the heart of genocide is crumbling, and darkness is falling, cities, village’s are been terrorised by Fulani Janjaweed, houses are been burnt, and Fulani herdsmen struggle for domination”
“Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his allies journey to the heart of the dying Nigger-Area, lead great armies, and forge a fragile alliance, the last hope to preserve the fading light of breath Amidst the ruins of Nigger-Area power and glory, the free indigenous people of Biafra “IPOB” make their last stand against the forces of darkness.