‘We are warning Nigerian military to stop aiding Fulani terrorists, whose agenda is to come, kill, destroy, and occupy’
By Valentine Amanze
The Mazi Nnamdi Kanu-led Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has warned that the Enugu State peace talks with the Fulani over the killings in Eha Amufu community must not endanger the existence of Ndigbo (Igbo people).
IPOB also insisted that the Eha Amufu community must be free from the Fulani terrorists, whom it stated, were masquerading as herdsmen and collaborating with security agents in Enugu State.
The IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful, disclosed this in a statement made available to the Nigeria News Flight.
IPOB stated: “We are reliably informed about the peace talks going on between some Enugu leaders and the janjaweed leaders regarding the massacres of Eha Amufu people by the Fulani terrorists.
“As much as IPOB is for peaceful negotiations, we will never allow Fulani to take any part of Biafra land. We will not tolerate or allow any negotiation that will allow terrorists’ encroachment into our territory.
“The numerous kidnappings and killings by the Fulani terrorists and Nigeria government, especially their military, are in an effort to eliminate our innocent youths and blame it on IPOB family members. IPOB neither engages nor condones any form of criminality or violence.”
IPOB restated that it wanted peace in every community in Biafraland [Igboland].
“We demand that the Fulani terrorist killers, who murdered our people, be brought to justice and never be allowed into our territories again; or we will deal with them in our own way.
“We encourage Enugu State indigenes to support those working towards restoring peace. But the peace talk must not in any way endanger our communites and people in the future,” it stated.