The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, says it is not involved in the alleged enforcement of a Monday sit-at-home exercise in the South East, as the exercise had long been suspended by the group. It, therefore, vowed to deal with the ‘miscreants’ behind it.
IPOB also strongly condemned the disruption of a WAEC examination on Monday by hoodlums and declared that whoever was behind such barbaric act must be made to pay for their actions.
The group further disclosed that its leadership has promised to replace the motorcycles that got burnt in the school to their owners and to rebuild school blocks burnt by the hoodlums.
In a press release signed by its Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, the Indigenous People of Biafra, stated that they have no other sit-at-home order after 14th September.
“Any other purported sit-at-home, including the suspended weekly sit-at-home on Mondays, does not exist in the dairy of IPOB. Any contrary news or speculations to this effect should be ignored”.
According to the group, anybody trying to enforce any sit-at-home order using the name of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, is a saboteur, and does so at his peril, noting that anybody caught disturbing the peace of Biafrans or residents in Biafra land, under the guise of enforcing a non-existent sit-at-home order, will regret his/her actions because such person(s) would receive the reward of traitors.
The statement explained that IPOB is a responsible organization with reasoning and empathy; thus the every Monday sit-at-home was suspended because of the economic implications it has on the people, adding that the group cannot join enemies to compound the woes of people they are fighting to liberate.
IPOB further stated that it will set up a taskforce to checkmate those persons that are parading themselves as IPOB volunteers, while committing crime against humanity.