Home Politics Group warns against anarchy, condemns IPOB’s sit-at-home

Group warns against anarchy, condemns IPOB’s sit-at-home


Nzuko Ndigbo, an Igbo socio-political organization, has raised alarm on looming anarchy ahead of the gubernatorial election in Anambra State.

The group frowned at the planned sit-at-home declared by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Saturday, November 6th in Anambra preceding the governorship polls.

Recall that in a statement recently issued by the IPOB spokesman, Emma Powerful, the separatist group vowed to commence a one-week sit-at-home a day to the Anambra election if Kanu remains in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS).

In a release by its convener and the immediate past spokesman of the apex socio-cultural body in Igbo land, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chuks Ibegbu, and made available to newsmen on Friday, in Umuahia, the Abia capital, Nzuko Ndigbo, posited that though the pro-Biafra group has legitimate anger over years of deprivation, it may have to think twice on the sit-at-home order as such may lead into an unpopular person emerging as next Governor of Anambra State or even a state of emergency in the state.

The group also noted that Igbo challenges should be thrust outside and not inside Igbo land.

“We cannot be self-immolating ourselves to get our nights in Nigeria. We warn hoodlums who cash in on pro-Biafra agitations and the sit-at-home orders to cause mayhem in Igbo land to desist from such or they will be decisively death with”.

The ethnic socio-political umbrella further called on all stakeholders in Nigeria to work towards justice and equity in the nation, and however, revealed that is meeting pro-Biafra agitators on the Anambra gubernatorial election which the groups have threatened to impede by sit-at-home home order.

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