Leadership of the Indigenous of Biafra, IPOB, has announced that there will be no sit at home in the South East on Tuesday.
The organization’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, stated that there is no sit-at-home order for Tuesday in a statement.
The secessionist group plans to sue the Nigerian government on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, over what it claimed was the illegal kidnapping and extraordinary extradition of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, from Kenya to Nigeria.
“Nigeria Government must provide evidence to the world on how and why they kidnapped and renditioned our leader Mazi Nnamdi KANU to Nigeria at Umuahia High Court,” the group added.
“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 on that day.”
The group urged everyone to disregard reports of a sit-at-home order and issued a warning to anyone spreading false information to stop doing so immediately.
“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, woman, including the politicians who contribute in small or big measure to ensure that our people incurred human, and material losses. They will all pay dearly,” the statement added.