The crooked Yoruba controlled APC media houses have maliciously given the credit of the successful sit-At-home order by the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu to MASSOB who were seen campaigning against the order and telling people not to obey the order to sit at home on 30th of May 2017.
On 30th of May 2017, IPOB in more than 80 countries of the world converged in their numbers to honor their fallen heroes who were the victims of the British Nigerian Genocide and war of extermination on Biafrans which raged between 1966 to 1970. The social media is awash with pictures and verifiable live videos from this global event.
On the other hand, Biafrans in the homeland were ordered by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra to stay at home and not to go about their normal businesses in honor to the victims of the Biafran Genocide. The sit at home order was so successful to the extent that Nigerian capital city of Abuja was a ghost of it’s busy self as the 10 lane airport and Kubwa roads were largely deserted.
In an email to afroinsider.com, IPOB Intelligence revealed that All Yoruba Owned APC mouth-pieces cum media outlets, from Channels Television to Punch and Nation Newspapers has maliciously given the credit of the successful sit at home order to MASSOB in order misinform the world and their readers and thereby minimizing the influence of IPOB.
IPOB Intelligence went further to say that the financier of this ignoble and ungodly act is Notorious Senator Andy Ubah who is using Uchenna Madu’s MASSOB to leverage favorable terms from the APC led Nigerian government. It is Childish and an act of sabotage that the MASSOB who came out openly to condemn the sit-at-home other in favor of their pay masters, the Nigerian government will turn around to receive credit for the success of the sit-at-home order.
Meanwhile, the success of this sit-at-home order is still reverberating around the world as Chaos and pandemonium reigns in Nigeria’s corridors of power as they have no other choice at this point in time than to call for a referendum to let Biafrans have their overdue freedom.