Biafra: Sit-at-home is dead, buried – Nnamdi Kanu

Biafra: Sit-at-home is dead, buried – Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu, the head of IPOB, the Indigenous People of Biafra, has declared that the Monday sit-at-home protest is “dead and buried.”

Kanu said this while urging Southeasters to applaud the cancellation of the sit-at-home directive.

Speaking through his lead Counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu urged people in the Southeast to disregard those who were misleading them by exploiting his name.

The sit-at-home directive was issued by IPOB to demand Kanu’s release.

However, the effort was taken over by criminals who used it to wreck mayhem.

Kanu had canceled the project and replaced it with Economic Empowerment Day, or EED, in an effort to find a long-lasting solution to the sit-at-home chaos.

Ejiofor made the following statement: “The Oracle #MNK himself has spoken. Even though it has been voluntary up until now, our people are advised to critically evaluate the incalculable harm caused by it. They should also welcome the unambiguous declaration by #MNK that all forms of staying in are completely out, and they should reject the risky tendencies of criminal elements using the revered name of #MNK to deceive the impressionable and helpless.

“Before, there were battleships moored at the banks of the Benue and Niger rivers; after that, Biafra would declare independence in 150 days; and just now, there are donors for a fictitious two-week sit-at-home palliative.

“Before you donate, consider where and how any fictitious sit-at-home was spotted.

“Let our people put their heads together and fight back against these persistent liars whose only goal is to take advantage of their unwavering support for Biafra and #MNK.

“Biafrans are endowed with wisdom and cannot be used as tools of violent control anymore.”

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