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Friday, 15 September 2017

Biafra: Nigerian military pronounces Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB terrorists, gives reasons

Nigerian military on Friday announced the Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) a terrorist association. 

This is contained in a statement by Major General, John Enenche, Director Defense Information. 

He stated, "after due expert examination and late improvements, it has turned out to be convenient, to tell the overall population that; the claim by IPOB performers that the association is peaceful is not valid. 

"Subsequently, the need to convey to open mindfulness the genuine and current state of IPOB. 

"In such manner, some of their activities, stealthily and effectively, that has been threatening the overall population among others incorporate; 

"The formation of a Biafra Secret Service; Claimed formation of Biafra National Guard; Unauthorized obstructing of free roads; Extortion of cash from pure regular folks at illicit detours. 

"Aggressor ownership and utilization of weapons (stones, molotov mixed drinks, blades and broken containers among others) on a military watch on 10 September 2017. 

"Physical encounter of troops by Nnamdi Kanu and other IPOB performing artists at a check point on 11 September 2017 and furthermore endeavors to grab their rifles. 

"Assault by IPOB individuals, on a military check point on 12 September 2017, at Isialangwa, where one IPOB on-screen character endeavored to grab a female officer's rifle. 

"From the prior, the Armed Forces of Nigeria wishes to affirm to the overall population that IPOB from all aim, plan and reason as examined, is an activist terrorist association. 

"Accordingly, parents and especially clueless residents of the South East and different Nigerians should exhortation their wards to halt from joining the group. 

"The Defense Headquarters restates its sense of duty regarding dealing with all the security challenges in the Country and further guarantees all Nigerians of the insurance of lives and property."

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