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Sunday, 17 September 2017

Biafra: Nigerian govt uncovers character of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu's sponsors

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Sunday denounced "politically disappointed treasury raiders" out to undermine the President Muhammadu Buhari-drove government of supporting the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. 


Mohammed said the disappointed thieves are utilizing IPOB to attack the present government under the pretense of battling for the privileges of the general population of the South-east. 

This is contained in an announcement marked by his media associate, Segun Adeyemi and sent to GIFTEDBLOG. 

Mohammed said IPOB sponsors were endeavoring to "destabilize the nation and trigger disorder to understand their ambition of getting away equity and afterward be allowed to dunk their hands into the nation's treasury once more." 

"Nigerians must comprehend that IPOB was not set up to battle for the privilege of anybody or group, however as a device to destabilize the nation, occupy consideration from the endeavors of the Buhari Administration and annihilate the praiseworthy accomplishments of the Government. 

"IPOB is being supported by those I will call the Coalition of the Politically Disgruntled and the Treasury Looters. They trust that by supporting this group to destabilize the nation and trigger confusion, they will understand their ambition of getting away equity and afterward be allowed to plunge their hands into the nation's treasury once more." 

Asking why IPOB exercises moved toward becoming elevated under Buhari's government, Mohammed stated, "If this is unintentional, at that point that happenstance is uncanny, at any rate. Keep in mind that Nnamdi Kanu, who drove a challenge at the Nigeria House in London against Boko Haram revolt and in help of Nigeria's solidarity, under the Jonathan Administration, has all of a sudden transformed into an IPOB beast who will rather set the nation burning." 

Mohammed said IPOB blossomed with abusing the nation's blame lines, and that its usual methodology "is to trigger blaze nationwide through assaults and retaliations". 

"Gratefully, IPOB has bombed in its detestable machinations. The great individuals of Nigeria have seen past those modest strategies and have abstained from being impelled against each other. We should stay cautious and unfaltering. We should all say no to the combustible and troublesome propensities of IPOB and its companions." 

Mohammed likewise lauded the Nigerian military for naming IPOB a psychological militant association and for checkmating the group, and the South-east Governors for forbidding the association. 

"In any case, for the military's fast and unequivocal mediation, IPOB could have set the nation ablaze. On account of the definitiveness of the military, the Governors of the states in the South-east have admirably prohibited IPOB," he said. 

Alhaji Mohammed blamed IPOB for collecting shocking recordings from the removed past and from different terrains to hoodwink the international community that the general population of the South-east are casualties of state-supported ethno-partisan savagery, depicting such strategies as "untruths and purposeful publicity". 

"Such recordings, which have high emotive remainder, are coursing on the Social Media. We approach all to subject such recordings to the best examination so as not to be deluded. Specifically, we encourage the international community not to hop to any conclusion on the premise of such recordings," he said. 

The Minister additionally spoke to the media to indicate more prominent limitation and evade drama in their detailing of the military exercise, Operation Python Dance II, in the South-east. 

Mohammed included that the Nigerian media can't bear to sit going back and forth or take part in untrustworthy journalism when the issue in question is the very survival of the nation. 

"The disruptive and embittered suppositions of a few agitators have been given a major play by an area of the media. This isn't right. Give me a chance to help all to remember us of the part of the media, particularly the radio, in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda that left around 800,000 individuals dead," he included.

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