A human rights activist and Amnesty International designated Prisoner of Conscience, Omoyele Sowore has requested residents of the South-East area to adjust to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB’s) Monday sit-at-home order.
“I totally support a Sit-At-Home for #FreeNnamdiKanu #Revolutionnow,” the activist posted on Twitter.
I completely assist a Sit-At-Home for #FreeNnamdiKanu #Revolutionnow pic.twitter.com/siXjQgJPrl
— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) August 8, 2021
IPOB had on July 30 ordered a sit-at-home within the South-East each Monday, till Nnamdi Kanu, its chief, is launched from the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS).
Kanu was illegally arrested in Kanya and brought to Nigeria the place he has been within the custody of the DSS for prices bordering on terrorism and treasonable felony, amongst others, since July 2021.
The proscribed group stated the lockdown tagged ‘Ghost Monday’ may even have an effect on faculties and marketplaces.
It threatened to close down financial actions within the area.
The group in a press release on Sunday insisted it might push for the implementation of the sit-at-home order regardless of police warning and threats by state governments within the South-East.