IPOB leader fixes cleanup exercise across major cities of Biafraland, Nigeria

Obinwannem News IPOB leader fixes cleanup exercise across major cities of Biafraland, Nigeria

Says EndSars protest will continue, gives new directives

Sequel to the wanton destruction, burning of private properties, and several killings occasioned by the assault and battery lashed out to unarmed protesters at the Lekki toll plaza, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has announced a clean-up exercise.

In a press release made available to Obinwannem News by IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, Kanu charged the youths to come out, and tidy the streets; saying that the protests shall continue until all the demands are met.

He also outlined the new look of the anti-police brutality protest, saying that the latter would be absolutely peaceful, unless there is an “attack” by security agencies; which he said, “the protesters will fight back”.

Emphatically, the IPOB leader
beamed a warning light on those masquerading as protesters to pillaging private and/or public utilities and properties. He said “anybody caught in the act of looting, and vandalism must be dealt with, and may not come back alive”.

Read the statement in full:
“Following the killings, destruction and burning of private properties occasioned by the brutal state sanctioned murder of peaceful protesters at Lekki Toll Gate, brave youths across Biafraland would come out to commence the process of cleaning up and securing their towns and cities from hoodlums and criminal elements.

This will afford young people in places like Benin, Enugu, Aba, Abakaliki, Umuahia, Nnewi, Uyo, Calabar, Onitsha & Igwuocha the long awaited opportunity to tidy up and clear the numerous mountains of rubbish in these cities which has become not only an eyesore but also a health hazard. Measures are also being put in place to protect the lives and properties of innocent citizens from being attacked by rented hoodlums and political thugs. However, where necessary, assets acquired with looted public funds by corrupt politicians will remain a legitimate target.

“It is important to note that anybody found attacking or engaging in arson or wanton destruction of private property will be dealt with on the spot.

Peaceful protests will commence after the clean-up but will only be confined to designated locations, there will be no procession or street march. Marching on the streets will not be tolerated as not to give room to mischief makers to breach public peace. We are hereby issuing a warning that any hoodlum or rented thug found at the venue of any protest will be mercilessly dealt with by the people. We urge them to steer clear or better join us in the clean-up and peaceful gathering afterwards.

“Anybody found wandering near a bank or loitering with intent will be moved on. People will not be allowed to congregate near a bank or financial institution. No act capable of breaching the peace will be tolerated from Monday the 26th of October 2020 onwards. Protests and gatherings will be held but it must be peaceful and orderly. No criminality of any form will be condoned, either from hoodlums, hired thugs, the police or the army. Everybody must be well behaved.

“It is our hope that protests across Biafraland and Nigeria must continue until all demands made by the leaders of #EndSars movement met in quick time. We urge all youths who have been intimidated into submission by security agencies, especially in Abuja, to return to the streets from tomorrow, October 26. We warn every thug belonging to criminal politicians and DSS hoodlums to steer clear of protest venues or there will be a repeat of last week’s mayhem.”

Mazi Ozoemela Chikwas reporting, Obinwannem News

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