South-East Governors Kick Against Nnamdi Kanu’s Directives To Biafrans, Over Sit At Home Of May 30th

The entire southeast governors have come out to tell civil servants within their States to be on duty on the 30th of May which the Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB), leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has declared to them must be a sit-at-home to commiserate with the genocide of the Biafran war.

This was the aftermath of their meeting in Enugu where they held an emergency meeting and one of the important issues they deliberated upon was the directives given by mass in number cannot be described as a man who does not follow the Constitution of Nigeria they also question the civil servant to remember that their father is not part of Nigerian system and that they did not sign any treaty with their so-called Biafran agitators in order for them not to come to work on that said day of 30th May.

“Nigeria has a constitution and the culture of Nigeria must be abided to the last world which regulates all civil servants and demands them to give him the best in every area of their service to the nation with their for caution all well-meaning civil servants between our locality that whoever that is not found in his or her duty post on that day 30th May would have to face the wrath of the government and we do not want to take sides with the unity of Nigeria which we operate and it must remain one.”

Speaking on behalf of the governors the Abia State governor, Okezie Ikpeazu who happens to be the governor’s chairman of the South Eastern region has assured that security will be in place to check any activity that may cause any means of disunity or unrest within the Abia metropolis and all the South Eastern States in general.

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