IPOB Distributes Flyers in South-East, Signaling End of Sit-at-Home

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPoB) has commenced the distribution of flyers throughout the South-Eastern region. This move is to formally communicate the annulment of the Monday sit-at-home order.

In an official statement, IPoB’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, declared the cancellation of the sit-at-home directive, emphasizing that decisive action would be taken against those found guilty of enforcing the order.

He also noted that this initiative has been endorsed by the leader of IPoB, Nnamdi Kanu.

Recall that the decision to terminate the weekly sit-at-home routine in the South-Eastern region was made public by Kanu on the 28th of July.

“This is to inform Biafrans about the flyers and posters being distributed all over Biafraland conveying our leader’s famous pronouncement cancelling Monday sit-at-home,” the statement from Powerful reads.

He said “The good people of Biafra” should be informed “that sit-at-home is not only dead but will never again be invoked or deployed as a tool of civil disobedience in our quest for self-determination.

“Any person or persons talking about a non-existent sit-at-home in Biafraland is an enemy of the people and shall be dealt with accordingly.

“The instructions to distribute these flyers by hand and paste posters to this effect was authorized by our prophet and indefatigable liberator Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“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 the supreme leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, rank and file of IPoB nor ESN operatives.

“Moreso, it is a shame to the memory of our brave martyrs that gave their lives for the emancipation of Biafra that individuals that never led ordinary street protests in Biafraland or anywhere in the world in support of Biafra restoration, can claim to lead our people.

“This is an absolute disgrace. We encourage Biafrans to help in the distribution of the flyers, posters to communities, hinterlands and cities in Biafraland.”

Jesse Voyamba

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