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Sunday, January 24, 2016

Biafra: Ex-Militants Give FG 31-Day Ultimatum To Release Kanu Or They Would Begin Abduction Of Expatriates

Niger Delta ex-militant leaders in support of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) struggle have given Federal Government 31-day deadline to free the leader of the group and Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, or face the consequences.

Also, the former warlords warned security agencies against tampering with the life of the IPOB leader, who is detained at Kuje Prison. Spokesperson of the concerned ex-militants, simply identified as General Ben, warned that at the expiration of the ultimatum, they would resume massive abduction of expatriates as a first step.

The spokesperson declared that Federal Government should not underrate the activities of the militants in the Niger Delta, no matter the number of soldiers deployed against them.


He fumed: “The ex-militant leaders in Ebeocha IPOB are warning the Federal Government and are giving them 31 days to release Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB and Director of Radio Biafra.

“We are giving Federal Government deadline; if they fail to release him, the country would be vandalised. He is fighting a just cause. Nothing should happen to him and Federal Government should not forget what we can do,” he threatened.

They accused the Federal Government of marginalising a section of the country, pointing out that the approach of the Presidency on issues bordering on the entire geo-political zones were  treated unjustly and with bias.

Speaking on the recent invasion of the homes of their colleagues by security operatives, General Ben said the action was meant to intimidate them. “Federal Government wants to use that way to harm us. But we are warning that they (FG) should not forget our capabilities. They think we can be intimidated by that approach. No way!

“Federal Government should know that the detention of Nnamdi Kanu and raid of the residences of our colleagues are enough reasons to collapse the society.”

“It is sad. We are not happy because things are not working the right way in the country. We are marginalised and hunted. We are saying ‘enough is enough’. We are no longer interested in this country again,” he declared.


16 comments:

  1. FG abeg release am. But wait o, wetin be in crime? There are other issues to deal with no b Kalu mata

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    1. No be kanu mata. Until kanu start another boko haram group ba?

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  2. Waoooo my people) are now talking. Terrorist buhari and his scam party go hear am.
    Haters should go an die.
    Nigeria must fall any one that don't want it will fall with it.





















    #sad indeed

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    1. You are sick. Very sick. If you are so interested in falling, please go and fall in a pit latrine and rest in peace.oloshi

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    2. Ko ni da fun e... oloshi omo

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    3. wow, uneducated nigerian. if your parents paid your school fees please tell they to ask for refund.

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    4. I have said it before freeborn is not normal

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  3. I don't think this people know a lot as change in this country. If they try rubbish they will pay

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  4. This is serious we don't want war

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  5. Who threatens a government?

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  6. Make them chill to threaten buhari go hard. Once a soldier always a soldier

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  7. Stupid people.They are just ranting.let them do anyhow,they will see anyhow,Omooba

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  8. @freeborn ask your school for a refund! You deserve it

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  9. Am not surprised their re some people supporting this group just too distract buhari government.The federal government should remain focus in the fight against corruption, i struggly in PMB government.may God grant him windom,

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  10. FG should just let them go. Na by force plus Nigeria will be a better place without them.

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  11. Anybody wey dey support dem go carry alone wetin dem wan do to others. Ibos wey wan go- vamoose without looking for states to join you!!! Good riddance to bad 419ers & drug peddlers! At least other Countries will know the set of people to restrict from having visas. Nigeria too se et!

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