IPOB/Kanu: Igbos Will Soon Rise Against Sit-at-Home Orders In the Southeast – Asari Dokubo

Asari Dokubo
Asari Dokubo

The Indigenous People of Biafra and its leader Nnamdi Kanu have been called out by Asari Dokubo, a former Niger Delta militant leader over sit-at-home orders imposed in the Southeast.

Dokubo warned that the continued sit-at-home order across the Southeast will soon be resisted by the people.

IPOB had regularly enforced a sit-at-home in solidarity with Kanu’s court appearances.

Commercial activities are often shut down while residents hide away indoors over fears of attack by the lockdown enforcers.

Frowning at the order, the former Niger Delta Peoples Salvation Force (NDPSF) leader tackled Kanu over the order.

In a Facebook video, Dokubo said: “Igboland has been destroyed by some demented followers. These demented persons are engaging in all sorts of evils, eating humans. I have first-hand information. I have pictures and videos.

“Many Igbos are abroad and they are supporting evil happening in Biafra land. Look at Onitsha has been destroyed. Now they’ve 4 days or sometimes 3 days of market and no sales.

“What’s the use of Igbo man without commercial activities? The time is coming when the people will rise up. Very soon. What sort of Biafra are we looking for when we kill our own people?

“What’s the Igbo man without trade? What freedom is the Igbo man looking for without trade? Many have been killed because they spoke against the sit-at-home. Sooner or later, every Igbo man will rise up.”

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