IPOB: We stand by our words, stay at home or face the consequences – Emma Powerful
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has denied accusations claiming that the suspended sit at Home Order.
According to one of their spokesperson, ” Stating at home order remains Sacrosanct and it’s not Negotiable”
The lockdown tagged ‘Ghost Monday’ will is currently affecting Imo State, Anambra, and Abia among others, activities have been put to hold, the marketplaces look deserted.
It is presently threatening to shut down economic activities and the members of IPOB, have warned that violators of the order would be visited with violence.
Recall that there was publication issued by the junior brother of Nnamdi Kanu , Mr. Kanunta Kanu on Sunday who said in a statement that the planned sit at home order has been suspended to enable those writing National Examination Council to partake in the examination, He added that a new date for the commencement of the sit-at-home order would be announced later.
Addressing the statement, the spokesman to IPOB comrade Emma Powerful in a statement made available to newsmen, asked South-East residents to disregard the information coming from Kanunta.
Mazi Powerful added that anybody who listens to that ‘deceptive’ statement and dares to go out on Monday will regret it.
In his own word, “The attention of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been drawn to the purported suspension of Monday sit-at-home order issued by the leadership of IPOB has been suspended by some section of media, We wish to remind every Biafran that the sit-at-home order remains sacrosanct on Monday,
Anybody issuing a press statement concerning IPOB sit-at-home order is fake and any statement without sit-at-home order or any activity of IPOB remain Comrade Emma Powerful the media and publicity secretary for IPOB
Therefore, every Biafran should disregard every statement that is not from Emma Powerful or DOS and Radio Biafra.
Powerful also acknowledge the fact of the students partaking in the NECO Examination, but he also said that “We know the situation of those going for exam, but our demand is for them to release our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and our people must understand that Fulani terrorists and others, stopped our people school for three years during the genocidal war in 1967 to 1970 and it did not kill our people and this one day sacrifice for the release of somebody who has sacrificed a lot for our land.
Emma Powerful concluded by saying that “Anybody who ventures to come out will regret his or her life. We warn you, it is a total lockdown in every part of Biafra.”
Everybody kindly stay safe…