Only Nnamdi Kanu’s Release Will Quench Sit-at-home in Southeast

Secretary-General António Guterres (at podium) addresses the opening of the general debate of the General Assembly’s seventy-sixth session.

By Sunibest Okafor

IPOB don’t kill, have never killed and won’t kill anyone and the world knows this is the truth.

Where were the international community when NIGERIA soldiers shot our gallant men in Aba, Nkpor, Igweocha, Asaba, Enugu and other places?

We rallied and the security operatives killed us. No comment from the international community.

We protested and they labelled us terrorists. International community didn’t say anything.

When Fulani herdsmen were busy killing our men, raping our women and daughters. Slaughtering our children in their homes and farmlands. Pillaging our people, did the international community show any interest in knowing what is happening to us? NO

We cried, mourned and begged for intervention. All turned their backs on us. We were seen as a forgotten sheep wandering across the wilderness.

We sat at home to showcase our grievances. Suddenly, the international community, US professors and what have you are jumping up and down looking for who to justify as terrorists.

International community should be noted that IPOB is not in charge of the Mondays Sit-at-home.

Biafrans are in control of the present weekly Sit-at-home and nothing can stop it except the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

I am pleading with the United Nations and other International bodies to compel Nigeria government to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People Of BIAFRA and Grant Biafrans a date for referendum. Kanu has not done anything contrary to the law of Nigeria and even the international law.

Conclusively, I want to remind all of you peddling cheap lies and blackmail to dent the image of BIAFRA struggle that your actions are dead on arrival.


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