Video of Governor Umahi revealing why his people does not want Biafra has been generating different reactions on the internet since today.
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David Nweze Umahi, popularly known as Dave Umahi is a Nigerian politician who is serving as the current Governor of Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
According to a recent YouTube video that was shared by channels television, they took to their YouTube page and shared video of the interview they had with Governor Dave Umahi.
While sharing the video on YouTube, channels television wrote:
"Umahi: We Don’t Want Biafra, Our People Will Not Obey Sit-At-Home Order".
Click on the link below to watch the full video:
In the interview, Governor Umahi further explained why his state will no longer obey the IPOB’s Sit-at-home order.
From the video that was shared above, you will clearly hear everything Governor dave Umahi said.
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Source: channels television.
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