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IPOB Insists On Sit-At-Home Order On May 30 To Commemorate Biafran Fallen Heroes, Heroines

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From Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha 

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), said there is no going back on the sit-at-home order it declared on May 30, for Biafra Day celebration in remembrance of fallen heroes of Biafra who died during the civil war of 1967 and 1970.

The group alerted Biafrans, friends and lovers of Biafra freedom about the strategies mapped out by the Federal Government and security agencies to deal with the people of Biafra during the remembrance day celebration.

A statement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Mr. Emma Powerful warned Biafrans to stay at home on that day to avoid security operatives from killing innocent members of the public or IPOB members.

“According to IPOB intelligence unit, there are series of meetings going on between security agencies and saboteurs in our midst who wish to sabotage the remembrance day celebration of our fallen heroes and heroines scheduled to hold on May 30.

“Nevertheless, we are calling on every Biafran to stay at home on that day to avoid security operatives from killing innocent members.

“We all are aware that IPOB, under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu doesn’t say something and renege, therefore, we must remember and honour our fallen  heroes and heroines who died for us to live.

“Biafra liberation movement, under the leadership of  Kanu is a divine project which no man, born of a woman can stop unless God Almighty (Chukwu Okike Abiama) says so.

“This May 30, remembrance day and sit-at-home order will serve as a notice to the world, Nigerians, Federal Government and security agencies, that this set of Biafra generation under the banner of IPOB led by Kanu means business. They are a different set of people who cannot relent in the pursuit for the liberation of our dear nation, Biafra.

“In line with this, we expect every Biafra  citizen, both home and abroad to endeavour to honour our soldiers who died on battle field, children who were starved to death  and other foreigners who laid their lives during the genocidal war and killings against the people of Biafra between 1967 and 1970. We must remember and honour them, no going back.

“With this, every IPOB member in Biafraland must travel to his or her native community to enlighten the people in our villages to observe the sit-at-home order issued by IPOB and our supreme leader, Kanu. Also, those in diaspora must inform their people in Biafra land to sit-at- home on that fateful day to avoid regrets.

“However, Biafrans and IPOB members outside Biafra land, both those in diaspora must take to the streets in the country of their respective residents in honour and remembrance of Biafrans that died during the war of genocide  between 1967 and 1970. They must also let the governments of the countries of their respective residents to be aware of our plight in Nigeria since 1945 till date.

“Furthermore, we must use town criers in all the villages and streets in Biafra land, the priests, pastors, reverend fathers are also expected to announce to their members in their different churches to stay at home on that day…”

in honour and remembrance of our falling heroes and heroines who laid down their lives for us to be alive in this contraption called Nigeria and to be at alert because the Security agencies are out again to kill our people on that particular day, we advise you to stay in your respective homes nothing will happen” Powerful stated.

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From Jeff Amechi Agbodo, Onitsha

Biafra Day: IPOB insists on sit-at-home order on May 30

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), yesterday said there is no going back on the sit-at-home order it declared on May 30, for Biafra Day celebration in remembrance of fallen heroes of Biafran who died during the civil war of 1967 and 1970.

The group alerted Biafrans, friends and lovers of Biafra freedom about the strategies mapped out by the Federal Government and security agencies to deal with the people of Biafra during the remembrance day celebration.

A statement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Mr. Emma Powerful warned Biafrans to stay at home on that particular day to avoid security operatives from to killing innocent members of the public or IPOB members for nothing.

“According to IPOB intelligence unit, there are series of meetings going on between security agencies and saboteurs in our midst who wish to sabotage the remembrance day celebration of our falling heroes and heroines scheduled to hold on May 30.

“Nevertheless, we are calling on every Biafran to stay at home on that day to avoid security operatives from killing innocent members.

“We all are aware that IPOB, under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu doesn’t say something and go back, therefore, we must remember and honour our fallen  heroes and heroines who died for us to live.

“Biafra liberation movement, under the leadership of  Kanu is a divine project which no man born of a woman can stop unless God Almighty (Chukwu Okike Abiama) says so.

“This May 30, remembrance day and sit-at-home order will serve as a notice to the world, Nigerians, Federal Government and security agencies, that this set of Biafra generation under the banner of IPOB led by Kanu means business and they are a different set of people who cannot relent in the pursuit for the liberation of our dear nation Biafra.

“In line with this, we expect every Biafra  citizen both home and abroad to endeavour to honour our soldiers who died on battle field, children who were starved to death  and other foreigners who laid down their lives during the genocidal war and killings against the people of Biafra between 1967 and 1970. We must remember and honour them, no going back.

“With this, every IPOB member in Biafraland must travel to his or her native community to enlighten the people in our villages to observe the sit-at-home order issued by IPOB and our supreme leader, Kanu. Also, those in diaspora must inform their people in Biafra land to sit-at- home on that fateful day to avoid had I known.

“However, Biafrans and IPOB members outside Biafra land, both those in diaspora must take to the streets in the country of their respective residents in honour and remembrance of Biafrans that died during the war of genocide  between 1967 and 1970, they must also let the governments of the countries of their respective residents to be aware of our plight in Nigeria since 1945 till date.

“Furthermore, we must use town criers in all the villages and streets in Biafra land, the priests, pastors, reverend fathers are also expected to announce to their members in their different churches to stay at home on that particular day in honour and remembrance of our falling heroes and heroines who laid down their lives for us to be alive in this contraption called Nigeria and to be at alert because the Security agencies are out again to kill our people on that particular day, we advise you to stay in your respective homes nothing will happen” Powerful stated.

(The Sun)

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