Biafra: IPOB orders removal of Nigerian flags as sit-at-home continues in October 1st

The IPOB sit-at-home order has gone up again after the group previously said they are calling of the exercise few days again. This time they added immediate removal of Nigerian flags across their lands.

IPOB members on parade

IPOB members on parade

Separatist group, the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, has declared 1st October, 2021 as another sit-at-home protest which is the day of Nigeria’s independence celebration.

One of the IPOB executives, Chika Edoziem, stated this on Friday during a radio broadcast.

Edoziem noted that the separatist group would lock down the entire South-East region on October 1, while calling on its members to remove all Nigerian flags mounted in “Biafra land.”

He said, “The 1st of October declared total shutdown in Biafra land. There shall be no movement in Biafra land on 1st of October being Nigerian Independence day. Again from tonight, all Nigerian flags mounted anywhere in Biafra land must be brought down; banks exempted until we communicate with them.

“IPOB leadership will communicate to banks directly and give them reason why they must peacefully bring down the flag. Otherwise, we do it ourselves in our own way.”

Recall that the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has been in the detention of the Department of Security Services since the third week of June following his arrest in Kenya and repatriation to Nigeria.

Updated: September 26, 2021 — 5:51 am

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