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We Have Suspended Sit-At-Home, IPOB Confirms

The Indigenous People of Biafras says it has no plan to enforce the weekly sit-at-home order in the South-East because it has been suspended since two weeks.

IPOB Director of Media and Publicity, Emma Powerful, confirmed this is a statement on Sunday,

He alleged that there is a plot by security operatives to disguise as its members and those of ESN to “attack traders who come out tomorrow for their legitimate businesses” and then blame it of Eastern Security Network.

Mr. Powerful said it is important for the global community to know that it had since two weeks ago suspended its earlier weekly sit-at-home order.

The statement read in part, “The intelligence unit of IPOB has uncovered secret plots by the Nigeria security agencies, most especially the DSS and the police to disguise as IPOB and ESN operatives to attack traders who come out tomorrow for their legitimate businesses.

“IPOB restates that there is no longer Ghost Mondays in Biafra land in solidarity with our detained leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Sit-at-home will only be observed on the days our leader will be making appearances in court. Such days will be well publicised ahead of time.

“Everybody is hereby placed on alert about this wicked plot. IPOB will not tolerate any attack on any Biafran or resident of Biafra under any guise.

“Security agencies have perfected plans to unleash attacks on innocent people in the name of ESN and IPOB volunteers. We have no plans again to enforce any sit-at-home order.

“We understand that all DPOs, DCOs other senior police officers in Enugu held meeting to perfect this plan to attack innocent Biafrans and tag it ESN attacks.”

However, the Enugu State Police spokesman, Daniel Ndukwe, dismissed the allegation, describing it as the imagination of its purveyors and calculated to tarnish the image of the police.

He said, “Police in Enugu remain committed to the protection of lives and property. We have asked all law abiding Nigerians resident in Enugu to go about their normal businesses on Monday as police will ensure their safety.”

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