IPOB declares September 14 sit-at-home


Of Jude Chinedu, Enugu

The The Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) announced another sit-at-home on September 14, in remembrance of the despicable murder of Igbo youths during the ill-fated military exercise, dubbed “Operation Python Dance II,” three years ago .

A statement by its state chief executive, Chika Edoziem, on Tuesday ordered its members and supporters, as well as residents of the Southeast, to boycott business and social activities.

Edoziem explained that the order was in memory of the massacre perpetrated by the army during the invasion of the Afara-Ukwu country house of the leader of the IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, in Umuahia, the capital of the State of ‘Abia.

“We vividly remember the carnage of September 12, 2018 by the Nigerian army which, through its ‘Operation Python Dance II’, without any provocation, whatever, invaded and occupied the lands of Biafra, humiliating, mutilating and massacring our people.

“It’s still fresh in our minds when on September 14 the murderers and terrorists in army uniforms went further to desecrate the traditional stool of the Afaraukwu kingdom in Umuahia, shooting and killing everything in sight,” resulting in the cold-blooded murder of more than 38 Biafran youths and the arrest of an unknown number of Biafran men and women.

“Remember that the IPOB in the world has, since 2018, reserved September 14 of each year as a day of civil disobedience throughout Biafraland.

“In accordance with well-established custom, September 14, 2021 is declared a sit-at-home in Biafraland,” the group said.

IPOB further urged its members not to relax their efforts to secure the release of its detained leader, Kanu.

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