Breaking : Nnamdi kanu meets Israeli Flying Aid boss
. Optimistic about greater cooperation
By Steve Oko
Leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi kanu, has met with the Chief Operating Officer, COO of Israeli Flying Aid, Maya Zuckerman.
Kanu who said the meeting took place yesterday (Monday), broke the news today via his twitter handle @mazinnamdikanu.
Kanu with Zucherman after the meeting
He described the meeting as very successful, saying he is looking forward to greater cooperation with the Israeli group.
Israeli Flying Aid ( IFA), is a non profit, volunteer, Non- Governmental Organisation, that delivers live -saving aid to communities affected by natural disaster and human conflicts.
According to the information on the NGO’s website, it operates in places where local regimes prevent entry from formal international humanitarian organisations and focuses on countries that lack diplomatic relations with Israel.
IFA was established in 2005 in order to save the unseen victims of Article 7 of the Rome Statute and Chapter 7 of the UN Charter.
Kanu who is currently seeking refuge in Israel expressed optimisim that IFA will have wonderful cooperation with Biafra.
“My meeting with the legendary Israeli Flying Aid went well yesterday Nov, 5 in Tel Aviv. I was warmly received by Maya the COO”, Kanu twitted.
He further wrote: “On behalf of Biafrans worldwide, I look forward to working with you and many more Jewish/Israeli agencies like @ifaid that are devoted to the cause of justice and aiding those in distress. Elohim bless Israel and Biafra!”
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