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Nnamdi Kanu Suspends further Sit at-home Exercise
Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has suspended the further sit-at-home exercise, code tagged ‘ghost town’ which was embarked on 9 August 2021 in solidarity with the detained leader Mr. Nnamdi Kanu.
A statement from a close source (Chibest Chukwu) had disclosed to #Scannews24 on Friday evening that the group called off further exercise till when their leader would appear in court.
Additional clarification has emerged from IPOB media personnel, Lizzy, who clarified that the order was made by their leader Nnamdi Kanu.
Chika Edoziem, the IPOB Head of Department had briefed some curious in-house members that the decision made by Kanu was delivered through his lead lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor.
Edoziem distanced himself and his office, said “not me please”
This had since sparked reactions from IPOB families among members, supporters across the globe describing the latest decision as disappointing and conflicting.
An official statement has not been issued by either the DOS or Media Secretary on the development and plans ahead.
Nnamdi Kanu has been under a DSS detention facility close to two months after a believed rendition was carried out between Nigeria and Kenya.
Biafra agitators have since converged series of protests across different countries calling for the release of Kanu, a British National.