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Speed Darlington Drags IPOB Over ‘Sit-at-home Order’, Reveals How Its Affecting Igbos

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Nigerian singer, Speed Darlington has condemned the sit-at-home order issued by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

Naija News reports that the leader of IPOB Nnamdi Kanu, is currently cooling his feet in the detention of the Department of State Service, DSS, which has resulted in the continuous sit-at-home in the southeast.

The IPOB group had directed residents of the South east to observe a sit at home on Thursday October 21, 2021, as Nnamdi Kanu was being arraigned before a Federal High Court in Abuja.

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IPOB crowd (File Photo)

The sit-at-home order was complied with in all states in the South east.

Reacting to this development, Speed Darlington via his instagram condemned the order saying the move was wrong as Nigeria economy is already in shambles.

He further stated that the east is in ruins due to the insecurity devastating the region adding that they can’t make everyone in the region a hero in the struggle for succession.

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IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

”Nigeria’s economy is bad. When you do sit-at-home it makes the economy even worse. Monday, sit-at-home.Today Sit-At-Home.

“In two days it would be a Sunday…another shop closing making it three times within seven days. one dollar equals N530.

“We say the economy is bad. Imagine when we are busy sitting at home.

“How are we going to make money? When people come out they get shot at, people get their hands cut off, cars get burnt. Insecurity has ruined Eastern region. Economy is in shambles. 

“He condemned IPOB’s moves to make everyone in the region a hero in its struggle for secession,” Speed Darlington said.

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