The Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) has accused the Nigerian Army of carrying out a genocide against the South East.
According to IPOB, the persons were killed on Monday with several others abducted by the Army.
“The Nigerian Army is at it again. Nigerian Army is conducting a stealth genocidal war against Biafrans and it is the responsibility of the world to take note,” the statement added.
“Yesterday, they shot dead two young men in Owerri. Last night and this morning they have commenced their abduction of Biafrans in Aba.
“Biafrans are now the longest suffering race in human history.”
— Concise News Global (@ConciseNewsroom) February 13, 2019
In other latest Biafra news update you must not miss:
1. Biafra: Why I Didn’t Expose ‘Jubril’ Buhari On Live TV – Nnamdi Kanu
IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu has said he could not expose the impostor “Jubril” on live TV as the cost was “astronomical.”
Since he resurfaced after the Operation Python Dance, Kanu had alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari is dead but was replaced by “Jubril Al-Sudani” from Sudan.
He had vowed to expose Buhari on live TV to give credence to his claim but failed to do so.
However, while explaining his new plans to expose “Jubril,” Kanu said he could not do it on live TV as earlier promised because the cost was high.
2. Biafra: Asari Dokubi, Nnamdi Kanu Clash Over Election Boycott (Video)
Also, a former militant leader Asari Dokubo has pounced on Kanu over his calls for the boycott of the 2019 elections.
Kanu’s IPOB had fixed the “Biafran” referendum for February 16, the same day as the presidential election.
However, Daily Post reports that Dokubo believes such move by the secessionist group is uncalled for, claiming that Kanu is deceiving IPOB members.
In a series of video on social media, he alleged that Kanu is collecting money from politicians while deceiving his followers.
3. Biafra: IPOB Members Dismantle Campaign Posters, Billboards (Video)
IPOB members have dismantled campaign posters and billboards in Onitsha, Anambra State.
Concise News understands that the incident took place on Monday in the commercial city.
The crowd was seen on the streets, yet-to-be-identified, tearing down any campaign poster and billboards.
They were chanting war songs, seeking liberation from Nigeria which they described as a “zoo.”