Information reaching Elombah.com says that solders have surrounded the home of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra [IPOB], Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in Umuahia, Abia State.
Elombah.com gathered that scores of security personnels have been deployed to several Southeastern towns and cities.
Many strange faces in civilian outfits identified as security personnels have also been spotted in strategic areas of the region ahead of the Biafra Remembrance Day.
The disclosure was made by the Secretary to the indigenous People of Biafra [IPOB], Emma Nmezu.
Meanwhile, in another statement, delivered to Elombah.com earlier, the IPOB Secretary said:
“Nigeria soldiers dominated by Hausa Fulani have arrived Enugu with 70 military trucks loaded with arms and army to attack our people in their respective homes where we are having sober reflection on our people killed during the genocidal war against Biafrans in 1967 thru 1970.
“All Biafrans must be at alert to start heading to Umuahia the home town of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu at short notice.
“Hausa Fulani soldiers are spoiling for war in a serious bid to eliminate our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“The Hausa Fulani dominated soldiers and police are planning invasion of Umuahia the home town of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as they did in the home town of Zakzaky.
“The military helicopters hovering around the town of Umuahia are disturbing the community right now”.
“Our intelligence sources have it that the DSS have arranged for hundreds of youths to wear with Tee-shirts bearing the IPOB name.
“The youth would then parade the streets to cause confusion. This would then result to IPOB being blamed for causing problems in the town.
“The soldiers have perfected this arrangement to kill our people, therefore we are calling Biafran to stay indoors otherwise the army will kill you.
It is on record that hundreds of defenseless and unarmed IPOB members have, on previous outings, been gun down by security personnels in the various cities of the South East.
The only offense levelled by the security officials was that they were holding rally against the illegal detention of the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
Many more unarmed IPOB members were killed by security forces in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, as they celebrated the victory of Donald Trump as the president of United State of Anambra.
Amnesty International documented the death of at least 150 IPOB members killed or forced missing by Nigerian military.
Some were killed while they engaged in a prayer session inside a gated church compound in Anambra State while others were killed in a school premises in Abia State.
Today, for the anniversary of Biafra declaration, the leadership of IPOB had called for a stay at home to commemorate the fallen heroes of Biafra to avoid confrontation with armed security officials.