IPOB has ably defiled Buhari-led government, continues to hold its routine activities including annual sit-at-home and lockdown.
However, the date has been shifted from 30th May to 31 first for this year only, according to statement from the group Publicity Secretary Emma Powerful.
“We, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great and indomitable leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wish to announce that this year’s Biafra Remembrance Day sit-at-home will now hold on Monday, May 31, and not Sunday, May 30 as earlier directed.
“There will be partial observation of the Biafra Day on May 30th. But there will be a total lockdown and sit-at-home on Monday 31st of May.
For benefit of doubt, it must be stressed that the Biafran agitators are not shifting the date for the alleged plans to kill protesters by the Nigerian forces.