IPOB: Hausa Not Enemy of Ndigbo


Emma Powerful has also insisted that the violent attacks witnessed in the zone for quite some time is not caused by them, rather blamed it on their detractors who they said only wanted to rope them in so as to be labelled as a terrorist organisation and thereby prolonging the release of their leader Nnamdi Kanu.

He said “We want to make it categorically clear to all and sundry that anybody committing any atrocity in Biafraland in the name of IPOB or ESN operative doesn’t want Biafra to come.

“Those behind this madness are working with the Nigeria security to criminalize IPOB. They must also be prepared to pay for their sins because we will not allow anyone who inflicts pains and sorrow on our people to go free.

“Kanu made holistic announcement during those days that Hausa are facing the same predicaments Igbo people are facing in Nigeria and should be allowed to do business anywhere they like in Biafraland.

“Biafrans shall never try to harm any Hausa man or woman in Biafra land for any reason. IPOB will ensure the protection of all persons living in Biafra land including non indigenes. We will continue to protect them against our common enemy – the jihadists and their sponsors.

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“wish to state unequivocally that those behind these atrocities are not IPOB member nor are they Eastern Security Network operatives.

“The perpetrators are criminals recruited by our enemies to demonise us. No member of IPOB will engage in acts inimical to the people we are struggling to liberate. We are not terrorists and we cannot suddenly resort to terrorism.

“These agents of darkness behind these senseless and barbaric acts are the ones who don’t want our detained Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to be released. Their intension is to create the false impression that his followers are violent but they are wrong.” Powerful stated.

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