IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu has threatened to seek vengeance against those responsible for maintaining the Southeast’s sit-in.
Kanu claimed that those responsible for enforcing the sit-in are counteracting my release in a roundabout way.
He expressed regret that oppressors had co-opted the sit-at-home movement to ravage the Southeast.
This was discussed during Kanu’s regularly scheduled meeting with his legal team, led by Special Counsel Aloy Ejimakor.
Ejimakor tweeted: “Any person or group of persons using my name, the name of IPOB or ESN in fundraising without my direct and express authorization is committing a crime with my name and I will deal with such a person, regardless of his place of residence.”
“Once I am liberated, I will personally reveal the full scope of Economic Empowerment Day (EED).
Our oppressors have co-opted the concept of indefinite house arrest to depopulate our homelands and drive our people into exile. By mandating a stay-in-your-home in the Southeast, they have effectively redrawn the political map of Igboland to exclude the Igbo people of Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Kogi, Rivers, Edo, Delta, and Benue.
“I will never forgive anyone or any organization that still enforces the sit-at-home policy. I assume this individual is just making indirect use of my name to lobby against my release.