PROSCRIPTION: IPOB BLASTS SOUTHEAST GOVERNORS' FORUM, SAYS THE GOVERNORS ARE DISLOYAL

- IPOB has condemned the southeast governors' forum over the proscription of group- The southeast governors' forum had on Friday, September 15 proscribed IPOB- The

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