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IPOB celebrates ‘successful’ sit-at-home order

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Emma Elekwa, Onitsha

The proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has described as successful its sit- at- home order in so many states and cities in Biafraland.

The Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, in a statement, said compliance of the order was a demonstration of the group’s readiness for the speedy coming of Biafra freedom and independence.

The group commended members in South Africa, USA, Canada, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Indonesia, Australia, and other countries of the world for their resoluteness and declared to the world over that they were no longer interested in Nigeria.

The statement reads: “Today’s Sit at home order issued by the global movement of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on 1st of October 2020 is totally successful in so many states and cities in Biafraland. All states in Biafraland complied with the order, Abia State, Rivers State, Ebonyi State, Anambra State, Imo state Delta state, and other states in Biafraland.

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“The compliance of this order is to showcase our readiness for the speedy coming of Biafra freedom and independence. There is an empty market, roads, no vehicles on the road of Biafra and Biafrans all over the world are on the streets of their respective countries where they find themselves with our brethren from Oduduwa nation.

“We thank our people in South Africa, USA, Canada, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Indonesia, Australia, and other countries of the world for their resoluteness and declared to the world over that we are no longer interested in Nigeria. The whole world must understand that IPOB cannot go back to Nigeria.

“This is our joint outing with Oduduwa nation across the globe therefore everybody must understand and be sure that the disintegration of this British bondage called Nigeria will be dissolved in peace.”

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