Nnamdi Kanu, Nigerian political activist from Biafra and chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB) bandit on Sunday praised Afenifere, a socio-cultural group for the Yoruba folks of Nigeria for “not permitting the Fulani ethnic group to plant traitors amongst of them “, AllNews: report.
Kanu, exiled by himself, had blamed Southeastern leaders and politicians for the incessant killing of peasants of their houses and agricultural lands throughout Southeastern Nigeria by pastoralists.
In keeping with the 52-year-old, “traitors” have been “planted” amongst Ohanaeze Ndigbo (a socio-cultural group Igbo apex in Nigeria), thus, his silence on insecurity was reported within the japanese a part of Nigeria.
The controversial Kanu lamented “a felony silence” of Japanese leaders, elders and politicians and puzzled why it had change into troublesome for them to vehemently condemn the kidnapping and killing by suspected pastoralists.
The IPOB helm has argued that individuals who step up as leaders within the Southeast have a minimal understanding of what management is.
“The one place they (the Fulani ethnic group) have did not plant traitors is Afenifere,” Kanu stated throughout his Fb Dwell broadcast routine.
“I give him credit score for that.
“Afenifere by no means allowed them. That is why they killed Pa (Reuben) Fasoranti’s daughter (Olufunke Olakunrin).
“Yoruba won’t ever permit Fulani to manage its apex political assembly.
“Not like what you’ve in Ohaeneze. Afenifere by no means allowed it.”
The plan for Biafra shouldn’t be new. In 1967 Igbo leaders declared a Biafran state, however after a brutal civil conflict, which led to the dying of one million folks, the secessionist rise up was defeated.
However the concept of separatism has been raging ever since and Kanu is the most recent in a row of Biafran militants taking the trigger.