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IPOB mourns fallen heroes, declares sit-at-home for members on May 30

IPOB members on the match (file photo)

‘The one-day sit-at-home in Biafraland will be total and will be from 6:00am to 6:00pm on May 30, 2023’

By Valentine Amanze

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has declared sit-at-home for its members worldwide on May 30, 2023 to mourn its fallen heroes.

In a statement issued by its spokesman, Emma Powerful, warned that only hospitals and health workers were free to open and go about on May 30, 2023.

“We remember those who died in the Nigeria genocidal war against Biafra; the mothers and fathers bombed in the market places, hospitals, churches, and those children that the Nigeria government starved to their early death. We can not forget them till eternity.

“We remember our eternal leader Ikemba Nnewi Dikedioranma DIM Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu,  General Philip Efiong, Dr Frank Opigo Okon ko Ndem, Col. Achuzie, Bruce Mayrock, Christian Aid workers, Biafra Aid Volunteers, and many others, whose contribution during the Nigerian genocide against  Biafrans who are the reason we are alive today,” IPOB said.

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IPOB further disclosed that this year’s event would be special, stressing, “The one-day sit-at-home in Biafraland will be total and will be from 6:00am to 6:00pm on May 30, 2023.

“Every economic, social, religious, and political activity in Biafraland will be suspended, with the exception of hospitals, doctors, nurses, ambulances, and other health workers. All other people and workplaces are advised to sit at home.

“Wherever our people are or gathered on that day, they must pray with lighted candles and must observe three minutes of silence immediately at 12 noon.”

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