The national leadership of All Nigeria Ethnic Nationalities Youth Organisation (ANENYO), yesterday, stated that it would interface with governors of the South-East zone to forestall break down of law and order during the September 14 sit-at-home order declared by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The group further advocated an exercise devoid of violence and action capable of leading to loss of lives and property within the region, insisting that IPOB must change its strategy and ensure people’s lives are not lost in their struggle for self determination.
In a statement issued in Abakaliki, the Deputy National Chairman, All Nigeria Ethnic Nationalities Youth Organisation, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, sued for peace as IPOB marks anniversary of the invasion of Nnamdi Kanu’s home in Abia State.
The statement read in part: “Ethnic Nationalities Youth Organisation will interface with South-East Governors on the need to save Igbo land from any act that will bring down law and order in face of IPOB/MASSOB struggle for self determination and Biafra agitation. It’s necessary that such meeting will bring back the stakeholders in Biafra agitation to ensure peace in the quest for self determination.
“In spite of the fact that any group is entitled to self determination and freedom to observe any day as a means of expressing their anger or protest over perceived injustice and seek better ways to ensure redress through legal and constitutional channels, Ethnic Nationalities Youth Organisation calls for a peaceful means of doing same and avoid actions capable of breaking down law and order.
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