IPOB Declares Mondays as "Economic Empowerment Day" in South-East, Cancelling Sit-at-Home Protests

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has announced that Mondays will now be observed as "Economic Empowerment Day" in the South East region. 

In a statement by their spokesman, Emma Powerful, the pro-Biafran group explained that the move aims to mobilize resources and efforts to reverse the decline in the economic, educational, and social sectors caused by prolonged sit-at-home protests.

The decision comes after the total cancellation of all sit-at-home orders in the South-East, as stated in Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's handwritten letter made public through his counsel, Alloy Ejimakor. 

The Economic Empowerment Day seeks to encourage Biafrans to channel their resources towards empowering the educationally disadvantaged and poverty-stricken population of the region, promoting education, employment, healthcare, and community development.

IPOB emphasized that Kanu's letter was genuine and not influenced by any external pressure. They urged Biafrans to adhere to their routine schedules strictly, making up for the time lost due to the unsanctioned Monday sit-at-home orders. The group called for unity and collective efforts to rebuild the Eastern region and reclaim its lost glory.


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