The handwritten letter to agitator Simon Ekpa, who is residing in Finland, has been validated by the family of IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu.
Kanunta, the brother of Kanu, urged Ekpa to cease referencing the IPOB leader while urging Southeast residents to stay at home.
Kanunta insisted in a tweet that the stay-at-home period was gone.
He insisted that Ekpa should make the request for a sit-at-home in his name rather than Kanu’s.
He wrote: “Calling for sit-at-home when you want is your choice, but do NOT use #MaziNnamdiKanu name to do so.
“Sit-at-home in #Biafraland is hereby cancelled by #MNK.
“If sit-at-home is your new franchise, please do that with your name. #We Move Forward.”
On Friday, Kanu sent a handwritten letter to Ekpa from the Department of State Services, DSS, facility.
He sent the letter through his Special Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor.