Indigenous Peoples Of Biafra (IPOB) has released a statement earlier, where it banned the singing of the Nigerian Anthem in school and also the sale or use of Fulani cows.
This is coming after the secession group has sent several warnings to the president of Nigeria, Muhammed Buhari, and Attorney-General of the federation, Abubakar Malami to release their leader that was detained for over five months at the DSS headquarters.
IPOB released a statement earlier in Enugu, via its State Directorate, Chika Edozem, who banned the singing of the Nigerian Anthem in schools found in the Southern region and also warned all members to stop the sale or use of Fulani cows.
He also stated that a mass protest would begin soon at the Nigerian, Kenyan Embassy and all countries in United Nations.
Chika also alleged that the name of the protest is the Prisoner Of Conscience Campaign, which is aimed to secure the release of their leader Nnamdi Kanu.