May 10, 2017
Owerri--The Imo state governor, Rochas Okorocha is in panic as Biafrans are set to mark this year's 30th May Heroes Day by observing the 'sit at home' order from the arrow head of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.
It was gathered that Rochas Okorocha summoned all the market leaders in Douglas House with respect to this issue and that it is a very big burden to him, considering that he is the APC stooge planted by Muhammadu Buhari to Islamize and enslave Biafrans in the region.
He threatened to deal with the leaders of various markets in the state if they dare observe the 30th May Biafran Heroes Day, which brings me to this question; is Rochas Okorocha trying to tell us that the death of our fallen heroes of the 1966-70 war of attrition means nothing to him? Does it not prove that Okorocha is not a full fledge Igbo Biafran as Nnamdi Kanu has always voiced out on Radio Biafra? What is his business if Biafrans decide to close shops, considering that majority that will be sitting at home are not government workers under his payroll that he can impose such sanctions on?
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One of those in the meeting who does not want his identity revealed due to security reason, told BIAFRA WRITERS that “the meeting was called yesterday (9th May) in government house. The governor warned us to stay away from IPOB 30th May sit-at-home exercise, hence face severe sanctions. He went as far as threatening to relieve us of our various executive positions if any market unit observes the 30th May exercise. This is worrisome to us as we are Biafrans and those to honour on that very day are our fallen heroes. What we don’t understand is the reason behind the governor's decision to stand against Biafra 30th May sit at home”.
When asked if the threat from the state government will affect the 30th May exercise in Imo State, he said “you don’t expect his threat to impact on anything. Everyone in the market is already preparing for the sit at home order. If we could observe the event last year when Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was still in detention, how much more now he is in Biafraland. We will observe it, there is No going back.”
We the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) in Imo state, Biafraland are currently carrying out an intensive awareness campaign to various local government with respect to the sit at home order. Biafra Writers urges everyone not to be deterred by the threat of a stiff-necked recalcitrant fellow as our heroes are much more important and worthy of greater sacrifice.
By Chika Austine
Edited & Published By Nwosu C.S
For Biafra Writers