Crisis in Southeast Nigeria: Biafran Activists’ Sit-at-Home Edict Sparks Support Pleas

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Nigerians Suffer Due to Unlawful Stay-At-Home Directives

Unlawful stay-at-home directives have left thousands of Southeast Nigerians stranded. Many of them are ill or injured and unable to cope with the financial strain of medical bills. This news comes from the source of Reader Wall.

Please for Help from Ohanaeze Ndigbo and ADF

Both the leading Igbo social group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, and the former Senate President, Senator Adolphus Wabara, as well as the President of the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF), Professor Uzodinma Nwala, have called for immediate help for these victims. Their idea is to compile a victims’ list, set up a recovery fund, and establish a dedicated support agency.

Senator Sees Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s Detention as Origin of Problems

Senator Wabara suggested that the root of the problem lies in the detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Thus, he called upon the Federal Government to provide a special fund for this crisis. He also urged the governors of the South East to work more to secure Kanu’s release. Senators believe that this would end the forced stays-at-home and allow the region to move forward.

Plans by Ohanaeze and ADF to Support Victims

Leaders from both Ohanaeze and ADF are figuring out options to assist victims. Ohanaeze has hinted a plan of action is in the pipeline. Despite the hardships, the focus is to help the victims while at the same time seeking long-term solutions to the crisis.


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