According to the report by DAILY POST, the Indigenous People of Biafra have ordered a one-week sit-at-home if the federal government refuses to release its leader on or before the 4th of November, 2021.
DAILY POST learned that the order was issued to affect the upcoming Anambra State gubernatorial election scheduled to hold on the 5th of November, 2021.
Chidi Ibe-led Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the order in a statement released by its Secretary-General, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro. He urged Ndigbo not to obey such order this time.
He insisted that the declaration will unleash untold hardship, the collapse of commercial and industrial activities, boycott of Anambra elections, and interruption of the school calendar in the southeast states.
He said that the order is nonsensical, absurd, and against the Igbo agenda.
Isiguzoro described the order as the enslavement of Ndigbo and called on Igbos to rise and end being caged via orders from overseas by those without businesses or investments in the southeast.
What is your opinion on this development? Do you think Igbos should ignore the order from IPOB?
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