In reference to Monday’s sit-at-home exercise it declared, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has thanked Ambazonia’s separatists “for their wonderful and total support”.
In western Cameroon, the English-speaking minority (Ambazonia) felt marginalized, neglected, and repressed by the central government in Yaounde and created an interim government, which exists to date.
The Ambazonia story is similar to IPOB’s, although the Cameroon separatist group recently refuted claims it has an alliance with IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu. Nonetheless, IPOB says they’ve been supportive.
“We equally extend our appreciation to our brothers and sisters in Ambazonia for their wonderful and total support of this sit-at-home order,” a part of IPOB’s statement reads.
“We cannot fail to thank the Biafran Diaspora community for their inestimable contributions and their numerous protests across their county of residence and total support for our leader’s release and our struggle for independence. Biafrans in the Diaspora did us proud on numerous protests going on across the globe,” IPOB adds.
IPOB’s total lockdown every Monday, which is tagged “Ghost Monday”, has been scheduled to continue until Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB, is released from custody.
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