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Kanu: IPOB Orders Sit-At-Home On January 18, Warns Disgruntled Members

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Ahead of the January 19 court ruling on the fundamental rights enforcement suit by Nnamdi Kanu at an Umuahia court, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) declared a sit-at-home on January 18.

However, the group has insisted that there would not be any sit-at-home on January 19, the scheduled date for the ruling proper.

IPOB in a statement issued on Saturday by its Spokesperson, Emma Powerful, noted that some disgruntled principal officers of the group, are planning to thwart the directive issued by its directorate.

Powerful while advising the people to shun any sit-at-home except that fixed for January 18, warned that the group would deal seriously with any member going against the laid down order.

Although he did not state the reason for the lockdown on January 18, he urged members of the public to show their solidarity.

He said “Following our Leader’s upcoming court proceedings on the 18th, 19th and 20th of January 2022 next week, we wish to remind Biafrans that there will be only sit at home on 18th of January, and not 19th and 20th of January.

“In keeping with our avowed solidarity with our Leader, the entire Biafra land will be on lock down only on January 18 for obvious reasons.

“Biafrans should understand that 19th January is the judgement day in the suit by our Leader against the Federal Government which is pending before an Umuahia High Court. So, there will be no sit-at-home on that day.

“Again, we don’t want to compound the pains of our people, hence, we will limit the sit-at-home to only January 18. Biafrans and residents of Biafra are free to go about their businesses without molestation on 19th and 20th January.

“Anybody found enforcing non-existent Monday sit-at-home on 17th, 19th and 20th is criminal and must be treated as such, IPOB leadership have given order and that order is what is signed.

“Everybody must be careful because this wave that is coming will consume many and every principal of IPOB, mostly the coordinators must know that it will bounce on their heads if they don’t checkmate the activities of members and call them to order. IPOB is not a village or social club where everybody will behave untoward to people like cultists.

“It is on the table and to the knowledge of IPOB leadership how some principal officers were encouraging evils in IPOB without minding the repercussions and consequences but we want to make categorically known to them that it will come back to him or her that encouraged evil against his or her fellow human beings

“We realise that some unscrupulous and traitors are trying to create confusion about these days and dishing false information and propaganda trying to create confusion in Biafra land. IPOB never declared sit-at-home on 19th and 20th of January 2022. Therefore, we want all Biafrans to go to their normal business on these days without fear.

“We expect our people everywhere to adhere to this directive and refuse to be misled by sacked members of IPOB in Europe and America. IPOB remains unshakeable, built and rooted on the rock and will remain so until the freedom for Biafra is fully achieved.”

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2023: Buhari Will Give Us Guidance On Zoning, Says Gov Abiodun

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Ahead of the APC National convention in February and General Elections in 2023, the Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun is confident that the President Muhammadu Buhari will give necessary guidance to ensure that equity and justice is reflected within the party’s zoning formula.

The Governor expressed this view after a visit to the President at the State House in Abuja on Friday.

He was accompanied by a broad delegation including former governor of the state, Olusegun Osoba; Chairman of the Council of Obas, Oba Babatunde Ajayi; former deputy governor, Alhaja Salimot Badru and a foremost industrialist, Chief Sulaiman Adegunwa.

Governor Abiodun who thanked the president for his recent visit to the state (where a number of projects were commissioned), equally spoke on the issue of zoning.

He noted that the party is working on a formula, which according to him will be made known after an approval by the National Executive Council.

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Actress Lisa Opens Up On Going Nude In Movies

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Actress, Lisa Awuku otherwise called Obaaya has spoken to DGN online where she spoke about her career as an actress and how far she can go with script interpretation.

Speaking candidly, the Ghanaian thespian opined that she can play any role but not the one that would put her goodies on display.

“Honestly I’d love to play every role. But I would want either a badass lawyer winning every case or a superhero like in the Marvel movies. I’d love to play every role except acting nude,” she told DGN Online on Friday

“I think I want a lawyer because I watch too many law movies and I am just interested. I just want to experience it and then the superhero because of the whole training and experience and you know, not seeing how it looks like until you have to sit back and watch yourself and you are like wow this is nice,” she added.

The 21-year-old actress started acting at a very tender age on stage in her primary school days before she joined the movie industry in 2010.

Her first major movie was Enemy Within by Venus Films but her second movie: “Losing You” was the first to be released.

Her other recognized films are Beasts of No Nation as well as the 2013 & 2016 films; House of Gold and Ghana Must Go, which were produced by Yvonne Nelson & Yvonne Okoro respectively.

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Lagos Announces Partial Closure Of Yaba Road, Reveals Diversion Routes

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The Lagos State Government has announced the diversion of traffic from Yaba in order to continue with construction works on the first phase of the Red Line covering Oyingbo to Agbado.

The diversion which is in furtherance of the Lagos Rail Mass Transit project, will begin from Tuesday, February 1, 2022, to February 16, 2022.

This disclosure is contained in a statement signed by the Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Dr Frederic Oladeinde, where he asserted that the 2-week-long site activity will necessitate a diversion to protect road users during the installation of Precast Beams.

Oladeinde said that motorists heading to Muritala Mohammed Way from Western Avenue will be diverted to Empire Road at Jibowu while traffic inbound Yaba will be diverted to Empire Road for access to Western Avenue.

He added that motorists on Herbert Macaulay will be able to connect Empire Road to access Western Avenue for their desired destinations.

The Commissioner assured that the site will be cordoned off for the safety of the citizenry, noting that emergency vehicles will be on ground to tow faulty vehicles along the axis.

He also revealed that signage will be placed on the access roads while the officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority will also be on ground to manage traffic flow and minimise inconveniences.

Oladeinde reiterated the commitment of the present administration to the development of transport infrastructure within the metropolis, maintaining that it is vital for the Multi-Modal Transportation System of the State Government which will enhance the socio-economic development of the citizens.

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