Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB leader writes Simon Ekpa, orders end to Sit-At-Home – IROHIN ODUA

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Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB leader writes Simon Ekpa, orders end to Sit-At-Home

By Ogunsona Samuel

Detained leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB Mr Nnamdi Kanu has called on Simon Ekpa to halt the sit at home order in the South East of Nigeria.

Kanu gave the instruction in a hand written letter he sent from prison to Ekpa who is based in the Nordic country of Finland.

Kanu is detained in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital but is permitted to see his lawyers.

He sent the letter to Ekpa through one of his lawyers on Friday

He said the sit at home has become a complete waste of time and energy.

Kanu said armed groups sponsored by rogue elements are hiding under the sit at home order to cause mayhem in Igbo territories.

He wrote “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.

“The main issue which our people should address their minds to is the unconscionable delays in hearing the government appeal at the Supreme Court, which is a situation not amenable to any Sit-at-Home. Therefore Sit-at-Home is a waste of time, resources and energy.

“Those who may not understand the genesis of the Sit-at-Home should refer to my younger brother’s press statement on the eve of the commencement of the original order issued by the IPOB family. My brother made it clear to the DOS that I was against the order for people to stay at home under whatever guise. This caused a rift between my siblings and DOS till date.

“Aloy should use the above contributions to form the main body of the press statement. I want our people to know how this whole sit-at-home brouhaha started. Had DOS obeyed my direct instructions to cancel the first Monday sit-at-home, opportunistic scavengers would not have jumped on the bandwagon to wreak havoc on our people I want our people to know how this whole Sit-at-Home brouhaha started. Had DOS obeyed my direct instructions to cancel the first Monday Sit-at-Home, opportunistic scavengers would not have jumped on the bandwagon to wreak havoc on our people.”

“You (Aloy) must release the press statement tomorrow with the screenshot of the handwritten note I gave to you unfailingly”.

“In conclusion, I hereby affirm upon my honor as of Counsel that above words (in quotation) and the attached handwritten note are the words of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his handwriting.”

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