Hold Kanu responsible should anything happen to Igbos in Nigeria – Group

Hold Kanu responsible should anything happen to Igbos in Nigeria – Group

The South East Restoration Group has asked Ndigbo to hold the leader
of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, responsible
should anything happen to any Igbo man in any part of the country.

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The
group said Kanu had been using his Biafra agitation to defraud and
deceive innocent Igbos to rebel against the Nigerian government, whilst
the elders kept mute until things got out of hand.
Recall that a
coalition of Northern Youth Groups tagged “The Kaduna Declaration” had
given all Igbos residing in any part of Northern Nigeria three months to
relocate to their places of origin. The order was widely condemned by
many Nigerians, including the president, governors and prominent
leaders.

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Charles Mbani, National Co-ordinator of the Igbo
socio-political organization, said Kanu and his collaborators were “hell
bent on destroying the hard-earned resources of Igbos in Nigeria
through their actions, with grave danger for the peaceful co-existence
of Nigeria as the only country that we can all call our own.”
He said the order might not be unconnected with the clamour for the rebirth of Biafra by Kanu and his team.
Mbani
said in a statement, “let us make it abundantly it clear that the
self-centred, selfish and criminally minded Biafra agitation that was
conceived by Kanu, his political sponsors and gang of criminals who are
always high on cheap substance alone is the greatest threats to the
Igbos not only in the north but everywhere in the country including the
south-east where Nnamdi’s IPOB and its collaborators known as MASSOB
have continued to use threats and intimidation to destroy the economic
life of the Igbo people.”
The group further called on the security
agencies to be at alert and not hesitate to do the needful should any
individual or group of persons decide to take up arms against the other
ethnic group anywhere in the country.
The statement also expressed
total confidence in the country’s security architecture and reiterated
that “Nigeria has a ready and professional military that is able to
combat any insurrection anytime foolish men give in to the devil’s
antics to torment their neighbours.”

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