Carolyn Okorafor, the Principal Secretary to Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has criticised socio-political activist, Aisha Yesufu, saying she "has picked up a new habit of demonizing the right to self-defence".
Okorafor who threw shades at Yesufu via her known Twitter handle on Tuesday also accused the co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement of "indulging in ethnic-baiting of Ndigbo".
It would be recalled that Kanu had on Monday attacked Yesufu, for condemning the actions of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) operatives driving Fulani herdsmen out of Isiukwuato in Abia State.
In a swift response, Yesufu described diaspora-based Kanu, as a ‘made-in-China Shekau’.
Shekau (Abubakar) is the leader of the terrorists group, Boko Haram.
But reacting to the row between Kanu and Yesufu, Okorafor claims the 46-year-old social justice warrior is an attention-seeker - although the legal practitioner did not specifically mention Yesufu.
Silence is the best reply to a fool who cries for attention. Someone at her age has picked up a new habit of demonizing the right to self-defense & indulging in the ethnic-baiting of #Ndigbo.— Carolyn Uchenna Okorafor (@Carolynkimbrly) February 2, 2021
"Silence is the best reply to a fool who cries for attention," Okorafor wrote.
"Someone at her age has picked up a new habit of demonizing the right to self-defence and indulging in the ethnic-baiting of #Ndigbo."
It would be recalled that operatives of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) had reportedly invaded the camp of Fulani herdsmen in Isiukwuato, Abia State, chasing them away and killing dozens of their cows.
In a video shared by Kanu last weekend on his known social media accounts, ESN operatives were seen burning houses and cows allegedly belonging to the herdsmen.
This action has generated mixed reactions on social media.