Abakaliki women of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on Monday 10th September, 2018 took to the streets, motor parks and public places within the capital city of Ebonyi state evangelising and informing the people about the forthcoming Biafra general strike and 'Sit-At-Home' on Friday 14th September, 2018 as declared by the leadership of IPOB worldwide.

Recall that the IPOB women in Ebonyi state since the announcement of the general strike cum 'Sit At Home' by the directorate of state (DOS) of IPOB, to remember and morn for Biafrans that was murdered by the Nigeria security operatives during the operation Python dance in 2017, has been on frequent and consistent sensitization and campaign throughout the nooks and crannies of Ebonyi state both in rural and urban areas, to ensure total cooperation and compliance by Biafrans especially in Ebonyi state (Abakaliki province).

The women on Monday kicked off the sensitization movement from Sperando junction, entering all the motor parks and business areas educating people on the need to comply to the 'Sit-At-Home' order by the leadership of IPOB.

Still on Monday, the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) in Ebonyi north senatorial district, Ngbo unit went for a massive market sensitization and sharing of flyers, educating the masses and citizens of Ngbo in Ohaukwu LGA Ebonyi state on the need to comply to the 14th September, 2018 'Sit At Home' and general strike.

The women were optimistic that the 'Sit-At-Home' order will be widely obeyed in Ebonyi state regarding the fact that the responses gotten from the people during the rallies and evangelism were much heart-warming.

They used the opportunity to call on Biafrans all over the world, especially those in Biafra land to comply to the 'Sit-At-Home' order, because it is through this means of civil disobedience that the world will actually know that Biafrans really need their freedom, therefore give heed to their call for referendum and total freedom from the contraption called Nigeria.

Written by:
Ogeh Friday Igiri
For: Ebonyi State Media.

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