The governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, is accused by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), of having ignored the state’s sit-at-home order.
Uzodinma could not revoke the order to stay at home, according to IPOB, which issued it. According to IPOB spokesman Emma Powerful, the group’s leader Nnamdi Kanu advised them to revoke the sit-at-home order.
Powerful pleaded with Nigerians in a statement he signed to disregard Uzodinma’s claim that he had reversed the sit-at-home order in the state.
According to Powerful, “We the worldwide movement and family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), brilliantly led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, desire to remind Imo State Administrator, Hope Uzodinma that he did not stop Monday sit-at-home in Imo State but our leader through IPOB leadership did.
“IPOB wants to remind Hope Uzodinma that he cannot halt any Sit-at-Home order that IPOB has issued.
Yes, IPOB initiated the iconic Monday sit-in last year, but Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, our leader, advised against continuing it in response to requests from local elders and traditional leaders.
“Hope Uzodinma’s admission that he blocked IPOB’s command to stay at home in Imo State demonstrates that he is not well-informed.
Since everyone is aware that the governor of Imo State’s Supreme Court promotes the interests of our adversaries, Hope Uzodinma will put an end to IPOB’s attempts to establish order. Nobody can cut down the iroko tree that CHUKWUOKIKEABIAMA planted, known as IPOB.
“We, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi KANU, are not to blame for any fictitious Monday sit-at-home that Hope Uzodinma is boasting about.
As far as IPOB is concerned, our people remain unmolested on Mondays as they go about their daily lives.
Because they understand our fight for their welfare and the welfare of their children, our people love and obey IPOB instructions when requested.
“We have frequently made the Biafran public aware of our position, and we have long since washed our hands of the nonexistent Monday sit-at-home edict.
Therefore, any violent enforcement of the nonexistent Monday sit-at-home ban anywhere in Biafra land is carried out by criminal gangs of infiltrators led by Simon Ekpa, working in tandem with the wicked politicians who sent him and his group to see if they could delay or prevent our march toward complete freedom from subjugation.
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