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Nigerian Senate Rejects Motion to Free IPOB Leader Amidst Ongoing ‘Sit-At-Home’ Chaos in South-East

In a recent development, the Senate has taken a firm stance by rejecting a motion that sought to secure the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The motion, presented by Senator Osita Izunaso from Imo West, aimed to address the ongoing “sit-at-home” orders enforced by unknown gunmen in the South-East region of Nigeria.Senator Izunaso, supported by other lawmakers from the South-East, highlighted the dire consequences of the civil disobedience actions on the region’s populace. He underscored the alarming loss of innocent lives, the destruction of property amounting to trillions, and the mass exodus of investors from the region.The continuous “sit-at-home” protests have led to significant disruptions in economic activities, causing substantial financial losses for businesses, workers, and the local economy. With forced closures and reduced productivity, livelihoods and economic growth have been severely impacted.Additionally, these protests have taken a toll on the education sector, leading to missed classes and academic setbacks for students. The long-term effects on educational development and learning outcomes are of great concern to the lawmakers.Furthermore, the disruption of essential public services, including healthcare, transportation, and waste disposal, has taken a toll on the well-being and safety of the general population residing in the South-East.The “sit-at-home” order was initially declared by IPOB in August 2021, calling for a shutdown every Monday to protest Nnamdi Kanu’s continued detention. Although the separatist group eventually suspended the order, a faction led by Simon Ekpa has continued to enforce it, resulting in violence and attacks against residents who defy the order.The situation remains highly volatile, with residents in the South-East states of Enugu, Ebonyi, Imo, Abia, and Anambra enduring the threat of violence, maiming, and attacks by gunmen, especially on days when the “sit-at-home” order is violated.As the Senate rejects the motion for Nnamdi Kanu’s release, the authorities continue to grapple with finding a resolution to the ongoing crisis in the South-East region, striving to restore peace, security, and normalcy for the affected communities.


Ademola Adeyemi

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