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#GhostTown: We’ve shown them who is in charge – Ambazonia’s Cho Ayaba
Ambazonia separatist, Dr. Cho Ayaba has expressed joy over the sit-at-home compliance recorded in the southern part of Nigeria particularly the Southeast region.
The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had declared sit-at-home within the south in solidarity with their embattled leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Kanu is facing treasonable felony charges by the federal government at the high court Abuja.
The IPoB leader had fled out from Nigeria after military forces conducted a bloody attack at the home town, Afaraukwu tagged operation Python Dance.
Kanu was evacuated and whisked away following several bullet hits at the compound, twenty-eight persons were said to lost lives.
Dr. Cho Ayaba had shared on Monday evening on his Facebook page thanking his people and the people of Biafra to have honoured the order.
His post read: “All Hail Ambazonia.
“All hail Biafra.
“We’ve shown them who is in charge,
“Don’t blink, says Ambazonia leader.
Meanwhile, major business outlets, companies, schools, banks, and many others complied to the IPoB indorr order code named ‘Ghost Town despite threat by government to seize August salary of defaulters.