CAN Chairman warns IPOB about bans on the national anthem and cow meat

Apostle Emmanuel Agomuo, Chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Abia State Chapter, has slammed the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for their recent declaration that the Nigerian national anthem and cow meat consumption will be prohibited in the Eastern axis from April 2022.

He said any attempt to enforce the order will result into serious confrontation with the federal authorities, a development he added, would further worsen matters for people in the region.

He further added that instead of giving instructions that might set the region on fire, IPOB should focus on securing the release of its incarcerated leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Even if President Muhammadu Buhari had ruled out a political solution for Kanu, the CAN Chairman contended that there might be other ways to break the standoff.

"The order essentially gives them the power to make laws." We're discussing about Kanu's release. President Buhari is under pressure to release Kanu, and they should not take any action that will jeopardize that endeavor.

These boys should not set South East on fire. We don’t support this style,” Agomuo said, according to Vanguard.


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