- The southeast geopolitical zone is under siege by the Nigerian military
- This is due to the activities of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB)
- The military exercise code named Operation Python Dance II might have attracted the interest of the United Nations, according to Moses Siasia
The chairman/founder of Nigerian Young Professionals Forum (NYPF), Mr Moses Siloko Siasia, has revealed that the United Nations is interested in the Nigerian Military's Operation Python Dance II in the southeast.
Siasia, a former governorship candidate in Bayelsa state disclosed this via a tweet on Tuesday, September 12.
Siasia who is also the chairman of Mosilo Group, a wholly indigenous company, claimed to have received a call from the United Nations office in New York on the Nigeria's military action.
He was however silent on who called him and what the caller talked about.
As at the time of publishing this report, Siasia's tweet had gotten 236 retweets and 87 likes.
Moses is the younger brother of Samson Siasia, the former Nigerian international footballer and coach of the Super Eagles.
The first phase of the Operation Python Dance started on November 27, 2016 and ended on December 27, 2016.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com recently released 14 safety measures that residents of the southeast are expected to adhere to as the Nigerian military carries out the Operation Python Dance II in the region.
Watch NAIJ.com TV interview with IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu's lawyer about the military invasion: