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Southeast Governments and Police Respond to IPOB’s May 30 Sit-At-Home Call

Southeast governments and police authorities have urged residents to ignore the sit-at-home directive issued by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for May 30. Enugu State government reaffirmed Governor Peter Mbah’s unwavering commitment to permanently end the illegal sit-at-home exercise..

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Southeast Governments and Police Respond to IPOB's May 30 Sit-At-Home Call

In response to the sit-at-home directive issued by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for May 30, Southeast governments and police authorities have urged residents to disregard the call. The directive, aimed at commemorating those who fought in the civil war, has been met with firm opposition from various quarters.

The Enugu State government, led by Governor Peter Mbah, has reiterated its commitment to permanently ending the illegal sit-at-home exercise. A senior official from the Mbah administration emphasized the state’s progress in combating illegal sit-at-home orders and insecurity, affirming that the government will not tolerate disruptions to peace and urging citizens to carry on with their regular activities.

Southeast Governments and Police Respond to IPOB's May 30 Sit-At-Home Call

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide’s spokesman, Alex Ogbonnia, announced that a decision regarding the directive would be made at the National Executive Council meeting in Enugu. Meanwhile, police authorities in Anambra State have assured residents of adequate security measures on the designated day, emphasizing that IPOB remains banned and lacks the authority to impose such orders on the citizenry.

Similarly, police spokesperson Joshua Ụkandu in Ebonyi State warned IPOB to stay away and urged residents to ignore the directive, assuring them of sufficient security to prevent intimidation. The Abia State Police Command and state officials have also denounced the directive as illegal, cautioning that decisive measures will be taken against enforcers and affirming their commitment to maintaining peace and order in the state.

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