SEPTEMBER 14, 2018 IPOB GENERAL STRIKE DAY

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On 14th September, 2018 comes general strike declared by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a day of mourning and resistance across Biafra land, South East,  South South and all conscientious Biafrans living in other parts of Worn-Nigeria and the world are required to stay indoors away from work or any form of  business activities throughout the 14th day of September 2018 to pour out our anger and protest regarding the men and women killed at Afaraukwu Ibeku in Umuahia during Operation Python Dance 2 last year September 14, 2017, those killed in Ngwa, Aba, Igweocha (Port Harcourt) and those buried in unmarked mass graves as a result of military invasion of Biafraland by the Nigerian Army

We shall also remember our mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers killed with live bullet not forgetting those buried alive in the struggle for the restoration of Biafra independence since August 2015.

The opportunity will be used to remind the international community of the Human Rights abuses... OUR MISSING LEADER, Mazi Nnamdi KANU.

We will also sit at home because of the sacrilegious and disgraceful humiliation of our mothers, some of them (great) grand-mothers, nursing mothers and even pregnant women.

This is one of the most abominable acts of desecration visited upon the land of Biafra in recent history. It has marked the defining event that completed the shame and humiliation of the Igbo race. The coward and impotency of Igbo socio-political and cultural leadership, Ohanaeze Ndigbo and five south east governors, ignoring, and their criminal silence in the face of such humiliation by a Fulani police officer in Owerri is a confirmation that they are part of that evil and injustices meted out against our mothers. That shows if nothing is done quickly the old Eastern region will be a conquered territory.

Consequently, Sit-at-Home across Biafraland on the 14th of September 2018, is one of the civil ways we Biafrans can honour our fallen brethren and legitimately remind the Fulani Northern oppressors and their collaborators in our midst that enough is enough.

All businesses, offices, markets, schools and road transportation will be shut down for 24 hours from midnight of the 13th of September. There will be no human or vehicular movement across Biafraland. People are expected to stay at home to pray for the soul of the brave and reflect upon the bondage our land is under.

Any person or persons seen outside on the 14th of September 2018 will be classed as an enemy of the people because only the saboteurs, collaborators in Ohaneze and South East Governors Forum that instigated Operation Python Dance 2 and encouraged the army to kill unarmed innocent IPOB agitators will dare challenge this directive.

South-East governors have made it clear they are not ready to condone the activities of IPOB and its directives. Last time, Ebonyi Governor Dave Umahi, threatened people would lose their shops if they obeyed IPOB command. The governor may likely tune down this time around as he seeks another term in office.

What about Anambra, the governor, Willie Obiano is in his last term in office, he won’t have any civil servant abscond from work and might go little further this time considering he has little to lose.

Any person or group of persons found on that day roaming the streets of Biafra will be considered an automatic enemy of Biafra.

The sacrifice of our Hero past and present will neither be forgotten nor will it be in vain, because this generation of IPOB must and will restore Biafra.

#SitAtHome14September2018
#WeRemember

Written by:
Franca Ovuakporaye
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice -TBRV

Edited by:
Ogbuefi-Anioma Okpueze-Isioma Enuani-Igbo
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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