Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has filed a lawsuit against the Kenyan government for his extradition to Nigeria in June.
The statement said that the Rotary Club of Ojodu started in 2002 as a provisional club till 2005 before it was chartered on March 8, 2005, with 26 members.
According to Lauretta Onochie, one of President Muhammadu Buhari's media aides, a top IPOB/ESN commander, nicknamed Shakiti Boko, has been nabbed by the police.
Many southeast senators on Wednesday, September 15, met in Abuja with the immediate past deputy president of Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, on Nnamdi Kanu's behalf.
Southeast residents are reportedly poised to resist anyone who tries to enforce the sit-at-home order as the action is beginning to affect many economically.
A report by a research group has shown that the sit-at-home order by IPOB is losing the support of most southeast residents because of its economic impact.