The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has begun distributing flyers and posters throughout the South-East, notifying residents about the cancellation of the sit-at-home exercise in the region.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
The decision, endorsed by the group’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu, marks a significant shift as the separatist group moves away from using sit-at-home as a tool of civil disobedience in its pursuit of self-determination.
According to Emma Powerful, the spokesperson of IPOB, this decision is final and enforced by Nnamdi Kanu.
Any attempts to enforce the obsolete Monday sit-at-home will result in immediate apprehension and consequences.
The statement also disavowed the activities of an alleged “Biafra Government in Exile” group based in Finland, known as Autopilot, asserting that they do not represent IPOB or Nnamdi Kanu’s views.
Biafrans are urged to assist in distributing the flyers and posters across communities, cities, and hinterlands, symbolizing the end of the sit-at-home practice.
The message emphasizes the responsibility of Biafrans to protect their land from government-sponsored agents and criminal elements.
It concludes with a warning that anyone enforcing sit-at-home is in danger and emphasizes the irrelevance of the Finland-based group. This information was provided by IPOB’s spokesperson and published on Naija247news.