The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has wondered why the Southeast governors and Ohanaeze Ndigbo all of a sudden changed their mind concerning IPOB members.
Kanu said that Southeast leaders who used to call members of IPOB miscreants but they are now eating their words. And they are now writing letters to IGP to stop Fulani Herdsmen to stop carrying weapons.
The IPOB leader, in a statement made on Radio Biafra, and made available by IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, said that Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s President General’s letter to IGP was crying over a spilled milk.
The statement reads: “This is what we have been fighting against since 2012, but Ohanaeze Ndigbo and South East governors called us miscreants that must be shot on sight.”
“The same Anambra State where the Army was ordered to shoot on sight any IPOB member,is where the Fulani boys are fearlessly displaying in broad day light AK47 and Ohaneze Ndigbo President General, Chief Nnia Nwodo is writing letter to IGP to take action.
“Why is he and South East Governors complaining now, have they just woken from their slumber, is Fulani leaders and their herdsmen no more their friends why are they now justifying IPOB’s claim that the Fulani’s will come with AK47 for our people, are IPOB members and Nnamdi Kanu no more miscreants, hoodlums and war mongers who should be shot on sight.
“Why is Ohaneze Ndigbo president general complaining about Fulani boys carrying AK47 publicly in Akwa and the police in Anambra State could not arrest them, how on earth did he expect IGP or any policeman to arrest them, people who are on the same Islamization agenda that you want the Police to arrest, which police on earth will do that under this Fulani cabal administration.
“The IGP will not listen to them, they are the same people who opened their mouth to call us miscreants, hoodlums and terrorist that must be killed, they are eating their words by even mentioning that if it is IPOB that was carrying the hubs will the police keep quiet.”