One of the spokespersons for the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Simon Ekpa has called on Anambra State Governor, Charles Chukwuma Soludo to stay clear from the every Monday sit-at-home order observed in the state following the rearrest and detention of IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Simon Ekpa in a number of tweets between yesterday and today said the sit-at-home and other civil disobedience must continue until Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is released and the declaration of Biafra Republic is on the table for discussion.
Anambra State Governor, Charles Chukwuma Soludo had on Thursday Issued a circular to all workers in the state to always report to work every Monday and failure to obey the directive, the government will enforce severe sanctions.
Workers and other businesses, including vehicular movement in Anambra State are off work, under lock and low key respectively every Monday since August 9, 2021 as sit-at-home day in protest for the unconditional release of the detained Biafra agitation leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Simon Ekpa words read verbatim:
Soludo, the beginning of your downfall is when you think you can fool Biafrans.
Stay clear from sit at home otherwise you will regret your Governorship.
The sit at home and other civil disobedience must continue until MNK is released and Biafra is on the table for discussion.
Soludo’s directive to civil servant in Anambra is dead on arrival, he should ask other Governors.
(Immediate past Anambra State Governor, Willie) Obiano went to the street as a town cryer to no avail.
We are warning Soludo not to use his overzealousness to endanger the live of our women and children as the DSS are killing them.
Soludo told you that every Monday, Anambra loses 19.6 Billion Naira to sit at home.
Ask him since 19”kprigidim” ( the beginning) that they’ve been making 19.6Billion every Monday, what have they done with the Money? Is the money for Anambra people or the government? We analyse the monthly revenue.