Gov Umahi says Ebonyi individuals won’t submit to IPOB’s sit-at-home request on October 1

Individuals of Ebonyi won’t sit at home during Nigeria’s 61st commemoration festivities on Friday as requested by restricted Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Ebonyi’s Gov. David Umahi made the presentation in Abakaliki on Thursday in a talk with newsmen.

He said the Oct. 1 date was vital to Nigeria and similarly vital to Ebonyi, which was made on Oct. 1, 1996.

The lead representative said Ebonyi had been so much denied before and was attempting to find the remainder of the country with developments.

“In this way, anyone that says ‘sit-at-home’ should realize that Ebonyi individuals won’t sit at home.

“I appeal to the whole Southeast individuals to recollect the risk of this request. Many individuals have been killed for no reasons since it.

“Fomentation is normal and key, yet no one is defended to convey firearms unlawfully to kill others.

“We denounce in entirety the uncertainty in the Southeast being affected by our kin.”

IPOB had announced Friday, Oct. 1 as “sit-at-home” day for inhabitants of the Southeast.

“We additionally censured the killing of Dr Chike Akunyili, (past single man of Dr Dora Akiunyili, previous Minister of Information) and others in the country everywhere,” Gov. Umahi said.