Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the imprisoned leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has intensified his call for an end to the country’s ongoing sit-at-home protests in the South Eastern region.
In a video, Kanu addressed through one of his attorneys, Mike Ozekhome, SAN.
On Monday, the Enugu State governor’s senior special assistant for mainstream media, Dan Nwomeh, posted the video on his Twitter account.
According to Ozekhome, Kanu said he does not believe in the sit-at-home, insisting he could not be fighting for his people and at the same time shutting down their economy.
He cited the effect of the sit-at-home exercise on the social, economic, cultural and political life of the people, lamenting that it has put them under psychological, psychical and mental stricture.
”As his lead counsel and lawyer, he has told me that he does not believe in it (Sit-at-home); he can not be fighting for his people and shutting down their economy. How do they feed? How will they train their children? Many a time, he cried to me in my presence that he wants to be released so that he can hold a world press conference and address the Igbo and Ala Igbo and the entire world to say, ”Don’t stay at home on Mondays, go about your normal duties, go to work; because the Bible tells us it is upon the labour of your hands, I will bless the fruits of your labour.
”So, I am now re-echoing again and again what Nnamdi Kanu has told me, ”He does not believe in that sit-at-home on Mondays,” which cripples the social-economic, social-cultural and political life of the people, putting them under psychological, psychical and mental stricture and torture,” Kanu said through Ozekhome.