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BREAKING: No Movement Tomorrow, 30 November as IPOB holds Prayer

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No Movement is expected to hold tomorrow being 30 November 2021 following a prayer session by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Southern Nigeria, particularly, the Eastern part of the country has since the arrest of rearrest of Nnamdi Kanu experienced a series of shutdowns of business activities in the region.

Prior to Anambra State gubernatorial race the leadership of the group, IPOB cancelled further disturbance of businesses and urged everyone to go about their business activities. Though, some factions have failed to adhere to the recent order as instructed by the group leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

According to the media coordinator, Chinasa Nworu, Schools, Banks Markets, and major activities are expected to shut down to observe the prayer.

Part of the prayer focuses on the continued detention of Mr. Nnamdi Kanu and other IPOB members in different police facilities in Nigeria and abroad.

However, those defaulting the lifting of sit-at-home order and continued to operate on ‘autopilot’, has been warned by the group’s media and publicity, Emma Powerful to desist or face the consequences, he restated via a tweet.

Meanwhile, the former governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzo Kalu on Monday visited the embattled leader, Mr. Kanu at the DSS detention facility.

Speaking via his Facebook, Kalu noted that IPOB leader is strong and in good health and care; and they discussed as ‘Umunne’ (Brothers). He noted that Kanu’s family has been very close to him since he (Kalu) made the late Kanu ‘His Royal Highness’ during his tenure.

He acknowledged that Kanu has an insane amount of followers and advised him to consider his utterance to protect the lives of his followers.

He stated that everyone needs a peaceful and secured society and will keep counseling Kanu and his family in view to achieving that purpose.

 

 

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