BREAKING: Simon Ekpa Declares Sit-At-Home In Lagos For All Igbos To cripple The Economy Of Lagos State – SIXT-MEDIA LANE CONSULT
Nnamdi Kanu’s Self-proclaimed Disciple, Simon Ekpa Declares Sit-at-Home In Lagos
Simon Ekpa, the self-proclaimed disciple of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has asked indigenes of Southeast Nigeria who are resident in Lagos to observe a sit-at-home exercise over an alleged attack on them.
Ekpa rose to prominence in July 2021, after he was announced as the lead broadcaster of Radio Biafra.
But shortly after his appointment, IPOB announced his disengagement because of his refusal to sign the rules of engagement in the operation of the radio station.
However, the Finland-based Nigerian has repeatedly pledged allegiance to Kanu and support for Biafra agitation, despite leading a faction of the IPOB called “Autopilots”.
He was recently arrested and released in Finland
According to Ekpa in a tweet on Tuesday, the sit-at-home exercise is targeted at crippling the economy of the Lagos state government.
He said, “I have just watched another Igbo Biafra Market in Lagos being burnt down in Balogun lagos today, and i am very sad. Since after the election, igbo Biafrans in Lagos and their Businesses has been attacked and like i have said earlier, we cant sit back and watch. As Biafrans in Lagos will be getting ready to return home with their businesses. To this end, we will activate sit at home for all Biafrans in Lagos.
“This sit at home is targeted at crippling the economy of the Lagos state government, whose body language has suggested to be directly responsible for the attack against Igbos. I therefore call on all Igbo market leaders in Lagos that we are ready to provide securities for all Igbo markets in Lagos pending when the businesses will be moved to Eastern region. We will fortify all your market against attackers. The underground work will start immediately. -ESN
“This sit at home, when activated is applicable to every Biafran doing Business in Lagos. Both shop owners, commercial bus drivers etc.”