Group pleads with IPOB to suspend it’s sit-at-home, in Southeast

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The Public Safety Support Network, PSSN has pleaded with the leadership of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB Organization, to as a matter of patriotism and inclusive leadership, call off the now weekly sitathome protest in the southeast, and instead enter into direct talks with the regional leaders of thoughts.

The appeal message was made available by the group president, Hon. Luke Onyebuchi Aneke;

“I have reflected on the challenges, victories, and prospects of the sitathome protest by IPOB. I suggest, we can’t continue, and afford to disenfranchise our collective aspirations as a people of destiny.

In battle, a hunger-strike has noeffect on a determind oppressor. Hence, you must therefore find, a more realistic approach that engages regional leaders of thoughts.”

“You have made your point, and now is the time to consider a win-win situation that promotes regional harmony.

I therefore, pray that the souls of all our fallen brethrens, find eternal rest in heaven, Amen.”

Hon. Luke Onyebuchi Aneke, PSSN President

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