- A group of men and women protested against the sitting at home order announced by the separatist group IPOB
- One of the protesters on Tuesday the September 14th, Abia State Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe was beaten up for alleged support for Nnamdi Kanu
- Protesters condemned the recent attack on secondary school students, the WAEC- Taking exams in Njaba, LGA of the state of Imo
Abuja – Youngsters went in on Tuesday, September 14th took to the streets of Abuja to protest against the banned indigenous peoples of Biafra (IPOB).
Insulted in a short video published by Behind-IPOB Media on YouTube one of the protesters met the Senate minority leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe, because of his alleged support for the group and their leader. Nnamdi Kanu.
The demonstrators carry placards with reading inscriptions; “Say no to IPOB and its terrorism”, “How will burning WAEC exam materials give you Biafra?” Etc.
They also condemned the attack on a secondary school while students prepared to take WAEC exams from suspected IPOB members in Imo state.
Heavy shooting as suspected IPOB fighters drive students out of WAEC exam hall
Formerly a pupil of the Nkume Comprehensive School in the Njaba parish of Imo State was prevented from taking the exam. On September 13th, the school and began sporadically shooting in the air.
The attack was found to follow the order of the Biafra Prohibited Indigenous People (IPOB) to sit at home.
Activist blows up IPOB and says it is disgusting to force people through e.g. u sit home.
Meanwhile, human rights activist Okechukwu Nwanguma IPOB and its members, on their approach to enforce it, are sitting at home in the southeast.
Nwanguma told the secessionist group that forcing people to sit at home and using deadly force and force to enforce this was untactical and despicable.
“I have read disturbing news of attacks, vehicle burning and the killing of people accused of violating the IPOB statement – home orders in parts of the Southeast.” < / blockquote>