IPOB Calls Off ‘Sit-at-Home’ Directive in Nigeria’s South-East

The indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), a separatist group, has relaxed its sit-at-home directive in Southeast Nigeria, stating that the development is to embrace peace negotiations organised by the Anambra state government.

IPOB caved in to the appeal by the Anambra Government and Traditional rulers to make way for peace, since all Igbo stakeholders and religious leaders have pledged their allegiance to finding a lasting solution to insecurity and incessant sit-at-home directives in the South East.

His Royal Highness, Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe, Chairman Anambra Traditional Rulers Council, announced this in a one-day peacebuilding and security meeting held in Awka on Saturday.


Igwe Achebe also revealed that stakeholders have consistently held meetings to seek for lasting resolutions, and the way forward on the issues with the secessionists.

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