Deji Adeyanju, an activist, has asked the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), to speak to President Muhammadu Buhari in a language he understands, when he visits Imo State on Thursday.
Hope Uzodinma, Imo governor, had disclosed last week after a visit to Buhari at the presidential villa, that the president will be visiting the state on September 10.
There have also been reports that IPOB has directed residents of Owerri to sit-at-home tomorrow.
In series of Twitter posts on Wednesday, Adeyanju said a “ghost town will send a very loud message” to Buhari.
He urged residents of the state to comply with IPOB’s directive, saying that security operatives will kill them if they decide to protest against the President’s visit.
“IPOB should speak to Buhari in the language he understands tomorrow when he visits Imo,” he wrote.
“Their proposed ghost town will send a very loud message to him. Those who are criticizing IPOB for their Sit-At-Home order are slaves who do not understand or appreciate freedom.
“If they go on the street to protest, Buhari will kill them. So, why will you say they shouldn’t stay at home to protest?”