However, the IPOB leader declared that those who wish to renew their “slave status in Nigeria” are free to participate in the coming elections.
In a tweet, Kanu, however, reiterated his earlier call for sit-at-home order during the presidential election on February 16.
He wrote: “We in #IPOB recognise that freedom fighting is about philosophical purity and ideological consistency not pandering to political short-termism.
“Those that wish to renew their slave status in #Nigeria are free to vote.
“On February 16, 2019, #SitAtHome in Biafraland.”