Compliance With Sit-At-Home Order Shows Igbos Want Biafra – IPOB

Eke Ukwu market Owerri
Shops at the famous Eke Ukwu Market Owerri were under lock and key. PHOTO: Sydney Anyanwu

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB on Tuesday said that the total compliance with its sit-at-home order across the South East shows that Igbos are desirous in actualizing the Republic of Biafra.

In a statement sent to CHECKPOINTCHARLEY by the spokesperson of the pro-Biafra group, Emma Powerful, IPOB commended the  people of the South East for staying indoors to mark the 50th anniversary of the declaration of Biafra.

The statement said: “We congratulate Biafrans and all the IPOB family members worldwide both in Biafraland and diaspora for their compliance of the sit at home order issued by our indefatigable leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“Our supreme leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu issued this order of sit at home when he was still in kuje prison Abuja and it has come to pass, all the people of Biafra both home and abroad complied in all totality which was not done in the history of Biafra struggle.

“We also blame those saboteurs who were paid by the government to sabotage the restoration project because today Biafrans and IPOB members worldwide obeyed our Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, we IPOB must be strong and we promise everybody that Biafra is here.

“However, Biafrans have proven to the entire world that they need Freedom and the world must know that we are not going back in the quest for independence of Biafra.

“The sit at home order was a success and all the market, schools, Banks, Companies/industries, transport companies businesses in Biafraland were in total compliance may God Almighty (Chukwu Okike Abiama) bless you all.”

 The pro-Biafra group also disclosed that Igbos in diaspora complied with the sit-at-home order.

As reported by CHECKPOINTCHARLEY, IPOB stated that “all the market and businesses in Biafra land is under lock and key, we congratulate you all Biafra is with us,” the statement added.

The busiest road in Owerri, Douglas
The busiest road in Owerri, Douglas

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