Biafra Day: Sit-at-home order proves IPOB lack focus to actualize Biafra – BIM

Nnamdi Kanu and Ralph Uwazuruike

The Biafra Independence Movement (BIM) founded by Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, has reaffirmed its resolve to mark the Biafra Day on May 30 with singing and dancing, while dismissing the sit-at-home order issued by IPOB.

Recall that the members of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has vowed to sit-at-home on May 30 to mark the remembrance of Biafra Heroes and Heroines day, order given to them by their supreme leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

But, the leader of Anambra South Senatorial zone of BIM/MASSOB, Chief Arinze Igbani, who addressed newsmen in Nnewi dismissed IPOB and its leaders as people who had been systematically edged out of the mainstream of the struggle to actualize Biafra.

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Igbani queried why people should sit at home during an important celebration and told all in Biafra land to feel free and not to confine themselves to their homes.

BIM and MASSOB, it is to be noted, had said the celebration would last for one week, starting on May 22 and ending on May 30 with public singing and dancing across Igbo land.

While urging Igbo people to fully mark the day with singing, dancing and commemorative football matches and other social events, he warned security agents to steer clear of the members of BIM in the course of the celebration.



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