The Native Nation of Biafra (IPOB) says it has not arranged any sit-at-home in South-East locale during the overall races this month.
IPOB, then, emphasized that it cares very little about the political framework and decisions in the country, as it cautioned a gathering called Dish Nigeria Leader of Igbo Extraction Alliance (PANPIEC) to quit giving sit-at-home and supporting phony news.
In an explanation by its representative, Emma Strong on Thursday, IPOB said it was just worried in the unrestricted arrival of its kept chief, Nnamdi Kanu.
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The assertion incompletely read, “The Native Nation of Biafra (IPOB) under the administration of Nnamdi Okwuchukwu Kanu cautions the obscure mushroom bunch called Container Nigeria Leader of Igbo Extraction Alliance (PANPIEC) to cease from connecting this honorable development with the supported group of thugs giving and upholding sit-at-home requests to extort IPOB and ESN.”
It proceeded, “IPOB has no arrangement or aim to arrange any sit-at-home during the political decision time frame. IPOB drove by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has never powerfully deterred the political race process in Nigeria.
“We have kept up with that we care very little about the Nigerian decisions planned for February 2023. Our advantage and center is the arrival of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and the date for Biafra mandate for Biafrans to decide their political future in or outside Nigeria.”
“We realize that this mushroom bunch called PANPIEC is among those supporting this phony gathering guaranteeing that they are IPOB giving and implementing wild sit at homes in the East,” IPOB added.
IPOB demanded, “It’s on record and in the public area that IPOB has not required any sit-at-home during February decisions. Clearly IPOB and ESN have no group or splinter gatherings.”