The people of the Biafran land, the Igbo speaking region in Nigeria. The Biafran "Sit At Home" Coming 30 May. Will hold its annual remembering of their love dead ones before, during and after the civil war. The sit at home means a day the Igbos sacrifice for every daily activity, to demonstrate love for dead ones. The Biafran "Sit At Home" Coming 30 May.The\u00a0War, also known as\u00a0the Biafran War, 6 July 1967 \u2013 15 January 1970. An ethnic and political conflict caused by the attempted secession\u00a0of the southeastern provinces\u00a0of Nigeria. As the self-proclaimed Republic\u00a0of Biafra. Over the two and half\u00a0years of\u00a0the\u00a0war, millions of civilians died from famine and fighting. Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu shouts for freedom. "We are born with freedom in our DNA. We did not wake up one morning to hate Nigeria. They have always hated us. In November 1929 the British killed our mothers in Aba. That dared to question their rule and punitive taxation. After suffering through years of suppression under Nigeria\u2019s military government. The breakaway state of Biafra proclaims its independence from Nigeria. Which lead into civil war from 1967 to 1970. Biafrans have always complained about marginalisation. As a result, the nickname "Zoo" is attributed to Nigerians government by some people. This is because they are not treated kindly and caged in poverty. No government institution and system is working in the country.