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  • Updated: May 01, 2024

IPOB issues warning to Governor Soludo over herdsmen activities

IPOB issues warning to Governor Soludo over herdsmen activit

The outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has sent a warning message to Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo on suspected Fulani herdsmen activity within the state.

Biafra agitators asked Soludo to avoid politics and instead prioritise the state's security.

According to IPOB, Soludo's stated desire for a second term has caused him to succumb to pressure from the 'Fulani hegemony'.

Allnews.ng gathered that IPOB is concerned about the worrisome actions of Fulani terrorists acting as herders in numerous local government areas of Anambra State, notably Dunukofia, Awka North, South, Orumba North, and South.

IPOB urged Anambra citizens to get together and confront all forms of insecurity in the state.

In a statement issued by its spokesman, Emma Powerful, IPOB said: “Desperation for a second term has made Prof. Soludo succumb to pressure from the Fulani hegemony.

“All well-meaning people of Anambra should RISE UP NOW! and stop Arthur Eze before he turns Anambra State into a slaughterhouse just like Southern Kaduna.

“We are also warning the Anambra State Governor Chukwuma Soludo and his government to stop playing politics with the security of Anambra indigenes and Biafra people.

“Gov. Soludo must stop the likes of Arthur Eze from endangering Anambrans for his selfish economic interests. We remind Gov. Soludo that politics for a second term must not be played with the lives of Anambra residents.

“The Fulani terrorists, aka herdsmen menace in the South East must be checkmated by ESN irrespective of State Government and Federal Government’s sabotage.

“The unwarranted attack against ESN by the Joint Task Force of Nigeria Security while countering Fulani herdsmen destruction of farmlands on Saturday 20th April 2024 should not repeat. ESN will not fail to retaliate against any attacks if provoked. ESN will do everything necessary to protect Biafrans and Biafra Land.”

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