The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has said those against his peaceful movement are responsible for the sit-at-home order in the South East.
Kanu urged the people of the South East to take it upon themselves to pull out the criminals from their hideouts.
There have been series of killings and destructions in the South East in the last few days.
The attacks followed the sit-at-home order issued by Finland-based agitator, Simon Ekpa. Speaking during his routine meeting with his legal team at the Department of State Services, DSS, in Abuja, the IPOB leader condemned the actions of the perpetrators.
A statement by his lead counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, said Kanu commended the people of the South East for ignoring the recent sit-at-home order in the region, the IPOB leader condemned the actions of the perpetrators.
“Onyendu Kanu directed that the criminals who are still on rampage, ostensibly being funded by the enemies of his peaceful movement in their desperate bid to ensure that our land is completely destroyed, should be fished out from their hideouts. “Onyendu further requested that UmuChineke should monitor the modus operandi of these soulless beings and discretely smoke them out from their various hideouts,” the statement reads partly.