Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Told me He Didn’t Order Monday Sit-at-home in South East — Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe

Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe, the Senate Minority Leader, has said that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB has informed him that he never ordered  the weekly sit-at-home which is being observed in the South-East every Monday.

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Sen.Abaribe said this through a representative, Barr. Jasper Nduagwuike on Saturday, February 5, at the investiture of the 16th President of Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture(ECCIMA).

 
 

He disclosed that he paid a visit to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu at the detention facility of DSS, where Nnamdi Kanu made this disclosure to him, former senate deputy president, Ike Ekweremadu, and other persons who were at this meet.

 
 

According to Sen. Abaribe, the sit-at-home has caused businesses to relocate to other regions as a result of insecurity in the region. He said;

 
 

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“What is happening in the Southeast is a tragedy. Every Monday people sit at home in what they call ‘Holy Monday’. What is holy in making people suffer like this?

 
 

IPOB has said countless times that they are not the ones enforcing the order. We don’t know who is enforcing it neither does it seem like we have a way to solve it.

 
 

I went with Ike Ekweremadu and two bishops to the DSS to see Nnamdi Kanu and he told us ‘I have never said people should sit at home’. I told him that nobody believes you outside. Because people have said they don’t like it but they keep sitting at home.

 

There is no way we are going to survive like this. You are sitting at home and the people who you are doing these things for are in Lagos and in Abuja and everywhere and they don’t care. And you are here killing your own.

 

Aba is known for bringing and opening containers of imported goods on Mondays. So, the problem we’re having today is that because of the sit-at-home, people now go to Port Harcourt, Uyo and Calabar to open their containers.

 

They’re leaving Southeast and moving out to Lagos. When we all leave, who will you blame? The captains of industries are no longer there.”he said

 
 
 
 

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