IPOB Distributes Flyers, Posters Publicizing End to Sit-at-Home

Says those supporting sit-at-home are their enemies, adding that the social media, Biafra Government in Exile (BGIE) has nothing to do with IPOB and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. 
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The proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) on August 12, commenced the distribution of flyers and posters across the South-East to notify residents of  cancellation of the sit-at-home exercise in the region.

The development was disclosed by the IPOB’s spokesman, Mr Emma Powerful, in a statement entitled: “Monday weekly sit-at-home: An ugly phase of a bygone history that must never be repeated as echoed by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.”

Powerful emphasized that the exercise was aimed at conveying Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s pronouncement canceling Monday sit-at-home.

The statement reads in part: “It is to be stated for the umpteenth time, for those who may feign ignorance of the laws governing the conduct expected of IPOB family worldwide, that our supreme leader,  Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has ordered the permanent end to Monday sit-at-home in the south east.

“Anybody seen enforcing this illegal and non-existent Monday sit-at-home will be apprehended and summarily dealt with on the spot.

“Those purporting to be running a Biafra Government in Exile, from somewhere in Finland, also known as Autopilot are not IPOB members and their activities do not represent the views of  Kanu, rank and file IPOB membership nor ESN operatives.

“It is a shame to the memory of our late members who gave their lives for the IPOB struggle that individuals that never led ordinary street protests in the south east or anywhere in the world in support of IPOB can claim to lead our people.

“This is an absolute disgrace,” Powerful asserted.

He said “these shameless parasites” and their sponsors were hoping that mere attachment of the names – Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB and ESN – to their criminal enterprise will provide legitimacy to continue duping the gullible.

“We, therefore, encourage people of the south east to help in the distribution of the flyers, posters to communities, hinterlands, and cities in the region,  signifying the requiem mass for the senseless Monday sit-at-home.

“We warn once again that anybody apprehended enforcing any sit-at-home will regret his life and the self-acclaimed leader of BGIE will not save such a person,” the group noted.

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