- Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, says Fulani herdsmen rampage in the southeast must stop
- Kanu states that the people of the southeast region cannot be expected to tolerate humiliating conditions
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has vowed to end what he described as Fulani herdsmen rampage in the southeast region before the end of 2017.
Kanu, made the statement when he met with the Igbo Women Assembly and representatives of the Igbo students union in Enugu reportedly on Monday, July 24.
The IPOB leader said the Fulani herdsmen impunity must stop, assuring his audience that the Fulani crisis would no longer exist soon.
Kanu said the people cannot be expected to tolerate the condition he described as humiliating.
He said the freedom of the people was non-negotiable.
The pro-Biafra agitator assured the Igbo women and the wide public that he would never let them down.
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NAIJ.com learnt that the IPOB leader however, did not disclose how he plans put an end to the Fulani herdsmen crisis in the region.
See video of Kanu's promise to end herdsmen crisis below:
Meanwhile, Major Hamza Al-Mustapha, a former chief security officer to the late head of state, General Sani Abacha, has said some persons backing Nnamdi Kanu are creating tension in the country.
Al-Mustapha who made the statement in an interview with Vanguard, published on Sunday, July 23, described calls for the separation of Nigeria as unacceptable.
He said some persons were backing the agitation by pro-Biafra groups to promote themselves.
The retired army officer said though the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Kanu, may not have intended to create tension in the country, but that those behind him were investing in the tension to divide Nigeria as a nation.
In the video below, NAIJ.com TV takes a critical look at Nnamdi Kanu and the struggle for the actualisation of the Republic of Biafra.