The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has unequivocally asserted that the liberation of its esteemed leader, Nnamdi Kanu, shall effectively terminate the pernicious influence of orchestrated criminal activities within the Southeastern region.
In response to the cautionary remarks issued by the esteemed Chief of Army Staff, Taoreed Lagbaja, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have unequivocally voiced their stance. This resolute proclamation comes as a direct reaction to the sit-at-home directive put forth by Simon Ekpa.
In a stern and resolute proclamation, Lagbaja, a prominent figure, has issued a cautionary message, forewarning that the esteemed Nigerian Army shall no longer tolerate nor acquiesce to the prevailing directive of remaining within the confines of one’s abode in the Southeast region.
The aforementioned collective has explicitly disavowed any accountability for the recent occurrences on Mondays, as well as the unsuccessful implementation of both the seven-day and purported two-week directives pertaining to the sit-at-home policy, including its enforcement measures.
In a resounding declaration, IPOB’s esteemed spokesman, Emma Powerful, vehemently denounces the assertion attributed to the Nigerian Army, which seeks to establish a connection between IPOB and the relentless and ruinous mandates of sit-at-home, enforced with unwavering determination in the Southeast region.
The esteemed Army chief, General Lagbaja Taoreed, shall not feign obliviousness to the multitude of preceding press communiqués authored by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), under the leadership of the esteemed Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wherein we unequivocally disavow any association with Simon Ekpa and his cohorts who unlawfully enforce the sit-at-home order.
The audacious and oppressive sit-at-home tactic is a product of the faction under the guidance of Simon Ekpa, known for their autonomous and uncompromising approach. It is imperative to underscore our unwavering stance that Simon Ekpa and his autonomous faction cannot be regarded as bona fide members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and do not possess the authority to act as proxies for the esteemed Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in their forceful imposition of sit-at-home directives.
If the Nigerian government and its security agencies are genuinely committed to fostering tranquility in the Eastern Region, it is imperative that they promptly and unconditionally release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, as mandated by the esteemed Appeal Court of Nigeria in Abuja. By doing so, they will effectively dismantle the network of malevolent actors who have been exploiting Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s incarceration as a catalyst for criminal activities, thereby ensuring their gradual descent into obscurity and irrelevance.