Angry IPOB members disrupt church service after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

There was pandemonium at Christ the King Cathedral, (CKC) in Aba, Abia state today after members of the proscribed secessionist group, Indigenious People of Biafra IPOB, disrupted church proceedings following the priest’s call for the church members to pray for a peaceful 2019 general elections.

Photos: IPOB members disrupt church service in Abia after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

Photos: IPOB members disrupt church service in Abia after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

Photos: IPOB members disrupt church service in Abia after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

Photos: IPOB members disrupt church service in Abia after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

Photos: IPOB members disrupt church service in Abia after priest asked them to pray for a peaceful 2019 election

The IPOB members who appear to have regained strength since the emergence of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu in Israel two weeks ago, stopped the priest from further preaching.

They began singing their Biafran songs, waving the Biafran flag and insisted that there would be no election in the South East until a referendum is conducted for the region to break away from Nigeria to form Biafra.

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