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I’m Receiving Death Threats From IPOB Members – Nnamdi Kanu’s Lawyer Cries Out




Aloy Ejimakor, who is without doubt one of the counsels to the chief of the indigenous Individuals of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has acknowledged that he’s receiving dying threats “from individuals I’ve been defending for years.”

In a tweet on his verified Twitter deal with on Monday, Ejimakor linked the specter of homicide from IPOB members to the controversial suspension of the sit-at-home directive by the IPOB management.

He clarified that Kanu, within the detention of the Division of State Providers, Abuja, didn’t go the sit-at-home order that was began about three weeks in the past by way of him (Ejimakor).

He famous that the message “was already delivered by others days earlier than I visited him on ninth August.”

“I can now not hold quiet as a result of I’m receiving DEATH THREATS from individuals I’ve been defending for years. Hear this: Onyendu DID NOT go the SIT AT HOME message by way of me. The message was already delivered by others days earlier than I visited him on ninth August. Test social media,” Ejimakor wrote.

SaharaReporters had earlier as we speak reported that residents of the South-East area noticed the sit-at-home order once more on Monday as they shunned companies and industrial actions, regardless of the suspension of the directive by IPOB.

Nevertheless, in some areas of the area, individuals went about their day by day enterprise.

IPOB had maintained that the Ghost Monday would now not maintain each Monday primarily based on the directive from its chief, who stated it must be noticed solely on the day he seems in court docket.

Nevertheless, regardless of the declaration of the group that the weekly lockdown on Mondays has been suspended, some individuals within the area have continued to remain indoors on Mondays for the reason that directive was first introduced.

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