Following her visit to see the leader of the IPOB, Katrin Gaensles, a foreign journalist has visited the site where weapons used by Biafran soldiers were displayed.
The Deutsche journalist and writer was taken around Owerri, Imo state to observe the weapons. Her tour guide was Nnamdi Kanu’s brother, Prince Meme.
Gaensles had earlier paid a visit to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, at his Afara Ukwu home in Abia state, before visiting the site where the weapons used during the Biafran war were displayed.
Some of the home-made weapons included the multi-barrel ogbunigwe, anti-personnel land mines, improvised explosive devices, Ojukwu anti-mines (made like vehicle hydraulic jack), and anti-tank mines, for trucks, tanks and armoured personnel carriers.
Also displayed were long range rocket launcher, anti aircraft missile, bunker cracker launch system, short range round steel ogbunigwe, Ojukwu air launch weapon system (air drop bomb), Ojukwu mortar, Ojukwu bucket and others.
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