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Wednesday, 21 August 2019

THE RED LINE IS DRAWN...Attack Us And Be Deported Back To Nigeria – Southeast Govs Dare Nnamdi Kanu

State governors from the South-East region have dared Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) to make good his threat and see if he will not be deported back to the country.

Mr Kanu, who heads the secessionist group demanding the restoration of the defunct Biafra Republic, threatened to unleash mayhem on political leaders from the Igbo States. Kanu specifically stated that IPOB will go after the children of the south east governors, who live abroad, adding that IPOB knows where their children live overseas and lavish the money of the masses at home. IPOB warned that they will kill the of these criminal politicians of Igbo origin if any IPOB member is killed in any state of the South East.

The leader of the proscribed group made the threat while claiming his group was responsible for the attack on Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy Senate President, at the weekend in Germany.

Describing the warning as an empty threat, David Umahi, Chairman of the South-East Governors Forum, dared Mr Kanu to attack any of the political leaders from the zone and see if he will not be forcefully repatriated back to the country to face his trail on treasonable felony.

“South-east governors are saddened with the ugly display and dance of shame by IPOB in Germany in attacking one of the
finest leaders of Ndigbo, Senator Ike Ekweremadu. We totally condemn it as we weep for them as they never knew the implication of their Unclad dance in public,” the Ebonyi governor said in a statement he signed on Tuesday.

1 comment:

  1. If they are not ashamed of the plight of the people they claim to represent, then I don't see why ipob should be ashamed of their action. They kept their family abroad where politicians like them has made better. This is just the beginning, More is coming their way cos they are representing theirself and their family not the South East

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