No going back on ‘sit-at-home’ – IPOB

The Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) has promised that their May 30, 2017, sit-at-home directive would be adequately observed without hitches.
Rising from a national executive meeting recently in Owerri, Imo State, the group’s top notchers, led by the National Co-ordinator, Mr. George Onyeibe, maintained that the Biafra struggle was not only an Igbo affair.  In a statement released to the press in Owerri Onyeibe, who hails from Ogbor in Delta State, explained that one of the aims of the struggle is to forestall any attempt by  anybody to put Christianity into jeopardy in the country.
He took a swipe at the  Federal Government for still keeping the IPOB leader, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, in custody after he had won his cases severally.
Onyeibe added that the flouting of court orders to release Kanu had rendered the  judiciary a “toothless bulldog”.
In the release also one of the  executive members, Mr. Tonye Tyger Amakiree, from Buguma in Rivers State described Nigeria as a   merger of strange bed fellows at the instance of Britain for selfish purposes.
He stated that the people have no similar identity, culture, custom or anything in common.

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