Economic hardship: IPOB advises against protesting in Southeast Asia, saying you’ll regret it

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, or IPOB, issued a warning on Tuesday against staging any protests in the Southeast in response to the present famine and financial crisis that are wreaking havoc on Nigeria.

IPOB issued a warning, saying that anyone planning protests throughout the Southeast would come to repent it.

The current state of famine and economic suffering, according to IPOB spokesperson Emma Powerful, is one of the reasons the group has been pushing for the actualization of Biafra.

We, the global family and movement of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by the great leader, Mazi Nnamdi Okwuchukwu Kanu, hereby caution the people of Biafra not to join any Nigerian in protesting against hunger in Nigeria in any Biafran territory, according to a statement released by Powerful. Any Nigerian operative with the audacity to plan a demonstration in Biafraland will come to regret it.

“Nigerians, not Biafrans, should be concerned about the current hardships in their country. Nigerian politics no longer pique the interest of Biafrans. During the election of this current government, Biafrans suffered from abuse, intimidation, beatings, deaths, and denials of their right to vote.

“Ndigbo were instructed to hold off, since it is now their time to rule, not theirs. Ndigbo’s properties and interests in the western and northern regions of the Nigerian zoo were demolished as a result of the rigged elections. Has there been a protest against the dismantling of Ndigbo’s properties in the North and West organized by any individual or group? Biafrans will be in risk if someone organized a rally against the dire economic conditions in Biafraland.

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“We recognize that the economic hardship brought on by Emilokon’s careless and reckless economic policies affects Biafrans equally, but God Almighty Chukwu Okike Abiama is still bringing Biafrans through.” Although we are concerned about other tribes’ suffering, there is little we can do.

For this reason, the Biafran people are striving for their freedom. However, we need to use common sense. Biafrans have made great sacrifices in order for Biafra to regain its independence, and this must happen very soon. The Biafran people have triumphed against the Igbo people in their premeditated campaign of extermination, despite going through the worst economic crises.

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