Nigeria: Biafra Group Insists On Sit-At-Home Protest

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The Indigenous People of Biafra says it cannot be intimidated by security operatives to back down on its planned sit -at -home protest.

It urged the security agencies to prepare for a battle over its sit -at -home slated for May 30.

The group, in a statement yesterday by its spokesman, Emma Powerful, said there was no amount of intimation and harassment from security operatives that could stop the protest.

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