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IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu Declares End to Southeast Sit-At-Home Order

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), announced the discontinuation of the Monday sit-at-home directive in the southeastern region, stating that the initiative is now “dead and buried.”

Through his lead Counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu conveyed his message, urging residents of the southeast to embrace the cancellation of the sit-at-home order. He called upon the people to reject those exploiting his name for fraudulent purposes.

Initially initiated by IPOB to advocate for Kanu’s release, the sit-at-home order was later hijacked by criminal elements, resulting in disruptions and unrest in the region.

In a move to address the issues stemming from the sit-at-home directive, Kanu replaced it with Economic Empowerment Day (EED), seeking a more constructive approach.

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Ejiofor’s statement emphasized Kanu’s pronouncement, urging the people to critically assess the damages caused by the sit-at-home order and to welcome this decisive move by Kanu. The statement also cautioned against falling victim to scams and deceitful tactics employed by those using Kanu’s name to exploit vulnerable individuals.

Ejiofor’s statement further highlighted the need for critical thinking and resistance against manipulation, calling upon Biafrans to utilize their wisdom to discern the truth and reject attempts at violent manipulation.

Kanu’s decision marks a significant shift in approach and aims to encourage a more positive and productive engagement among the people of the southeast.

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