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IPOB: THE HYPOCRISY IN SSS INVITATION TO APOSTLE JOHNSON SULEIMAN WHILE LEAVING OUT ZAHRA BUHARI, SULTAN OF SOKOTO, AND NASIR EL RUFAI
January 29, 2017 Public Enlightenment Series THE HYPOCRISY IN SSS INVITATION TO APOSTLE JOHNSON SULEIMAN WHILE LEAVING OUT ZAHRA BUHARI, SULTAN OF SOKOTO, AND NASIR EL RUFAI. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have viewed with disdain and as an act of hypocrisy, the invitation of Apostle Johnson Suleiman to State…