Biafra:Stay-At-Home Is Death, Buried–Kanu; Niger Rebels Unite As Deadline Expires

Biafra: Stay-at-home is Death, Buried –Nnamdi Kanu

The DAILY POST, the leader of the People’s Party of Biafra (IPOB), has declared that Monday’s stay-at-home protests have become a thing of the past, according to a state daily. Kanu, speaking through his Attorney-General Ifeanyi Ejiofor, urged the people of the Southeast region to accept the curfew order. He asked residents to be vigilant against those using his name for fraudulent activities.

Initially aimed at fighting for Kanu’s release, criminal elements later abused the curfew imposed by IPOB to sow chaos. In an earlier move to address the effects of homelessness, Kanu decided to suspend the program and focus on Economic Empowerment Day (EED) instead.Niger Coupists Adamant As Deadline Ends

Coup plotters in Niger are still protesting the week-long deadline set by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The latter called for their release and the reinstatement of democratically elected President Mohamed Bazoum, warning of possible military intervention.military authorities ignored the deadline, and they even received considerable public support as citizens rallied in Niamey and other cities such as Maradi, maintaining a vigil from Monday to Sunday.

About 30,000 individuals gathered in Niamey’s stadium, some carrying Russian flags, as the possibility of local military action hangs in the balance, according to Aljazeera. Delegates of the ruling National Party for National Protection (CNSP) received a warm welcome from its supporters on Sunday.

So far, coup leaders have avoided addressing the deadline. ECOWAS has not revealed its next steps after the expiration of the final decree granted to coup plotters.

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