Enemies of Nnamdi Kanu funding a stay-at-home day Ndigbo are urged by Ohanaeze to reject terror
Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide, the most important Igbo sociocultural organization, has pleaded with Southeast residents to fend off a full reign of terror being supported by Ndigbo's foes through Simon Ekpa.
According to gospelcable, Ekpa, a self-described follower of IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, had instructed Ndigbo to remain at home for five days.
In response, Mazi Okwu Nnabuike, National President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide, stated that it was now obvious that Ekpa was supported by adversaries of Igboland.
He questioned why anyone with a clear head would ask people to stay at home for five days in a row when the nation's economic problems were getting worse.
He stated, “There are still a lot of bills for parents to pay, including house rent and school fees by January, as we approach the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
However, someone in distant Finland is advising parents and breadwinners to stay at home for five days from the comfort of his room.
“What is even more puzzling is that the aforementioned Ekpa claims to be Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's disciple but has no regard for Kanu's legal counsel. This week, Kanu, the leader of IPOB, claimed via his attorney that he had not authorized any sit-at-home protests. He discussed the financial effects on the same people whose freedom he is battling for. Simon Ekpa is thus acting in someone's interest.
“A clear analysis of his statement demonstrated unequivocally that Ndigbo's enemies paid him to ensure the complete collapse of the Southeast economy. Ndigbo and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are the enemies of Ekpa and his backers. However, we won't put up with their terror any longer. This will not be allowed to happen.”
Okwu urged the people of the Southeast to ignore what he called “a baseless and senseless order. This is moreso as the IPOB leadership has also come out to declare that there is no such sit-at-home.”