The Indigenous People of Biafra has declared that there will be no “sit-at-home” on Tuesday, October 4, 2022. The announcement was made by a statement by the group’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, who clarified that the group did not issue such order for Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, which is supposed to be a day Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will challenge the Federal Government over the illegal abduction and extraordinary rendition of Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria.
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The statement by IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, on Sunday, urged the people of the region to ignore such rumours of “sit-at-home’ scheduled on Tuesday, Oct 4, adding that those responsible for peddling the “falsehood” should stop it immediately. The statement reads;
“The day is a day when IPOB is going to challenge the Federal Government over the illegal abduction and extraordinary rendition of our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria.
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“The Federal Government must provide evidence to the world on how and why they kidnapped and renditioned Kanu to Nigeria at Umuahia High Court. “Yes that day is his court date but he is not appearing in court on that day, therefore, there will be no sit-at-home.
“We want every Biafran both home and in the diaspora to ignore such rumours, and anybody who is responsible for peddling this kind of falsehood should stop it immediately. IPOB leadership has not authorized such a purported order.
“IPOB is watching those with such mindsets who suffer our people. They will regret their actions soon. Anybody who contributes to the death of our people will pay dearly whether he or she is security personnel, civilian, religious leader, man, or woman, including the politicians who contribute in small or big measures to ensure that our people incur human, and material losses.”