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Saturday, 16 September 2017

IPOB slams South-east governors, requests Kanu's whereabouts

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has denounced the south East governors' gathering for banishing their exercises. 

IPOB through its publicity secretary, Emma Powerful said it was unreasonable as it remained the most peaceful association on the planet today. 

It said the brisk boycott of IPOB exercises by the 5 south Eastern state governors demonstrated that the governors will remain slaves in the hands of their Hausa Fulani slave aces until the end of time. 

The group likewise approached the Federal government to promptly create Kanu, saying that since Thursday night when his house was assaulted by fighters, Kanu and his folks had stayed missing and their whereabouts obscure. 

The group said the require the FG to create Kanu was more able as troopers sent to his home had supposedly slaughtered and taken away the collections of around 22 people from Kanu's compound, including a pooch possessed by the IPOB chief. 

Some portion of the announcement read, "The South East governors in their normal meetings held at Enugu government house were snappy in pronouncing the peaceful exercises of IPOB under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as unlawful without denouncing the uncouth and unwarranted killings of our kin in Umuahia, Aba and Igweocha (otherwise known as Portharcourt) and persistent slaughtering, raping of our ladies including the obliteration of our homestead edits by Hausa fulani herders masquerading as dairy cattle rearers in our property. 

"It is risky that the governors who are the chief security officers of their particular states in the zone would choose to hand over their kin to the foes who were out to murder, disfigure and crush in view of their selfish reasons. 

"We additionally mindful that late Chief Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu and General Philip Effiong secured their kin amid the main slaughter and ethnic purifying in 1966'to 1970 by the Vanders from the north drove by General Yakubu Gowon."

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