Its yet another success as Biafrans in Biafraland, friends of Biafrans, lovers of freedom and even enemies of Biafra observed the 30th May 2019 SIT-AT-HOME. It was recorded 100% compliance in some regions in Biafraland. I will be using Rivers State as a case study. Rivers State recorded 95% successful SIT-AT-HOME compliance. Businesses were totally shutdown.

Rivers State Media correspondence were opportune to move around and get first-hand information on the compliance of the Indigenous People towards the honour of our fallen heroes and heroines. Eke Obigbo Market one of the biggest markets in the heart of Igboland were totally shutdown; leaving those selling at the roadsides helpless, buyers were nowhere to be found as the results of IPOB SIT-AT-HOME order. Pictorial evidence and videos are all over the internet for many to have a glance.

Atata Market was totally shutdown 100%, no shop and buyers were not sighted, pictorial evidence are there for the world to see. Rivers State Media crew has every evidence to back it up. Moving down to Obigbo express junction, were totally shutdown, those stubborn citizens who came out that very 30th may, were disappointed because both transport companies were nowhere to be found. Moving than from Obigbo Express Junction than to location road were also shutdown, 100% shops were totally shutdown. Pictorial evidence is there for the world to see.

Do you also know that banks were also shut down? Yes, the banks in Rivers State were shut down too, both the ATM machine were not paying citizens. The citizens that came out that day to withdraw money were also disappointed. Indeed, Biafra has come to stay. Rivers State Media correspondence were also opportune to tour one of the biggest timber markets in Rivers State on the 30th May 2019, Timber market was 100% shutdown, not even one single person was found in the market and the exception of one security personnel who took us around to be able to get pictorial evidence and video clips. It was indeed marvellous to see the Indigenous People to hind to the call by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Even other biggest market in Rivers State that deals with all kinds of rods for construction known as Steel Village were also totally shutdown. This market was mostly populated by Biafrans. Steel Village in Rivers State were shutdown. Indeed 30th May 2019; was a success. Our appreciation goes to those formidable Biafrans in Biafraland for honouring our fallen heroes and heroines, it also goes to the transport companies, banks, schools, traders, market men and women, roadsides sellers, friends of Biafra, lovers of freedom and even enemies of Biafra for honouring our fallen heroes and heroines. Indeed, Chukwu Okike (the supreme creator of the universe) will bless everyone who honoured the call to honour about 6.2 million slaughtered during the civil war.

We must restore their dignity, glory and pride back. We must restore Biafra so that their souls will start to rest in peace. And we wouldn’t fail to recognize the efforts our volunteers, and activists for making sure 30th may 2019 was honoured. We appreciate the Rivers State Teams for their efforts in moving out to get pictorial evidence and videos clips, Rivers State Indeed surprised the ignorant citizens that very day. Markets, shops, banks, schools, transport companies, roadsides sellers etc were totally shutdown.

We also appreciate the leadership of IPOB worldwide for their relentless efforts in the pursuit of freedom. We sincerely appreciate them for making 30th may 2019, a global phenomenon. Now the world knows come 30th may, Biafrans worldwide honour the victims of the 1967-1970 pogrom. Without IPOB leadership led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, those about 4.5 million children massacred will be swept under the carpet. Indeed, Biafra has come to stay. No going back until we restore Biafra Nation. All hail Biafra the children of the light.

Written by:
Mazi Dimkpa Ikenna Ikenga Amadioha-Gbo
For: Rivers State Media

Edited by:
Oby Mboma
For: Rivers State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Rivers State Media

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