IPOB Gives Shocking Update Regarding Monday and Tuesday Sit-At-Home Orders

Ipob news Biafra Leader

The has provided an important update on Monday and Tuesday sit-at-home orders. 

According to reports, the Indigenous People of Biafra () has distanced itself from a statement alleging that it directed a sit-at-home protest on October 18, 19, and 21 in honour of its leader and one year after the #EndSARS protest.

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The group said it did not issue any sit-at-home directive except on October 21 when its leader was expected to appear in court

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IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, issued a statement warning those behind the rumour to retrace their steps and stop tarnishing the organization’s image.

“Our attention has been drawn to the fabricated statement being circulated by mischief makers and paid agents of darkness that IPOB had directed Biafrans to sit-at-home Monday, October 18; Tuesday, October 19; and Thursday, October 21 in honour of our leader, and on the first anniversary of the #EndSARS protest,” the statement reads in part.


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“We want to be crystal clear that the above-alleged statement did not come from IPOB, and we categorically deny any association with it. Except for October 21, when our leader is scheduled to appear in court, IPOB has not issued any sit-at-home orders.




“As a result, we urge members of the public to disregard the purported statement and complete falsehood being peddled by paid agents to cause confusion and demonise IPOB.” Their goal is to portray IPOB as a violent and insensitive movement, but we are well aware of their antics and will outsmart them.




“For the avoidance of doubt, IPOB has not called for any sit-ins, except on Thursday, October 21 when our Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is scheduled to appear in court in Abuja. Because we are all in this fight together, Biafrans will join him by staying indoors on that day. He didn’t do anything to deserve the federal ’s wrath.




“In the interest of our people, we stopped Monday Sit-at-Homes as a responsible and responsive movement.” We put a stop to it when we discovered that hooligans and paid assassins wanted to use the opportunity to wreak havoc on our people by blaming it on IPOB. So, anyone who stays at home on Mondays is doing so of their own free will, not on the orders of IPOB.


“We also urge the public to disregard false reports that our leader, Mazi Nnamdi KANU, has been kidnapped by a foreign government.”



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