BREAKING: Nnamdi Kanu Orders Simon Ekpa To End Sit-At-Home In Southeast

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BREAKING: Nnamdi Kanu Orders Simon Ekpa To End Sit-At-Home In Southeast

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has issued an order to Finland-based Biafra agitator, Simon Ekpa.

Kanu directed Ekpa to end all sit-at-home in the Southeast.

Kanu also directed Ekpa to stop antagonising governors of the southeast or politicians from the region.

He warned that anyone enforcing sit-at-home in the southeast is not his disciple and should be made to face the wrath of the law.

The IPOB leader issued the directive in a message to Ekpa, which was made public on Friday by his Special Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor.

Addressing journalists in Enugu, Ejimakor quoted Kanu as saying: “Simon, this is a direct order from me. I hereby instruct you to desist from calling for any sit-at-home henceforth. Equally, refrain from antagonising governors or persons in political positions because you are not in a position to know what they are doing on my behalf.

“I am ordering you to make a public announcement to the effect that you are in receipt of a direct order from me to cancel any pending sit-at-home in place at the moment.

“I embarked on this movement to liberate our people, not to enslave them. I despise and will despise any person or entity that wishes to inflict unnecessary hardship on our people. I have authorised Aloy to issue a press statement if you fail to make this announcement on your platform.

“Anybody still engaging in sit-at-home is not my disciple. Haters of Biafra and mindless murderers in uniform are hiding under the cover of combating enforcers of Sit-at-Home to unleash mayhem against the same people we swore to defend.

“I have sent countless messages to those purportedly enforcing sit-at-home that they are not doing so in my name. I am not begging anybody to release me, just that Nigeria should have the decency to obey their own laws.”

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