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Biafra and Oduduwa form Volunteer Force to tackle invasions, held paramilitary training (Video)

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Biafra and Oduduwa agitators, in a recent development, reportedly have formed a Volunteer Force against unabated invasion within Western and Southern Nigeria.

Both volunteers were covered in a video clip sighted by #Scannews24 on Monday, undergoing paramilitary training in an undisclosed location believed to be within Nigeria.

The six minutes clip shows hefty men, armed to the teeth, dressed in black top and trousers, and bitrate undergoes military-related training.

The forces, numbering over a hundred were chanting ‘we no go gree, Fulani we no go gree as they move in a circle.

The volunteers, among them, are women, also have in their midst members from Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Delta states respectively.

A press statement by the body, Biafra and Oduduwa Volunteer Force noted that both groups have strengthened their bond as one people regarding the training to champion protection of Southern territories against Foreign Fulani terrorists and other unwarranted aggression coming from external forces.

The statement partly read: “Oduduwa and Biafra Volunteer Force demand an immediate end to the ongoing genocide against the people of Biafra and immediate demilitarisation of Biafraland as we are now ready to defend our territories against aggression. The killing and abduction in Biafra and Oduduwa land must stop immediately.

The statement maintained that any raid carried out in Oduduwa land will be seen as an attack on Biafraland, noting is the bond Fulnais tried to destroy using a divide and rule plot.

It continued; “Today we have trained together, dined together, and drank together. Should duty call for it, we shall die together in defense of the entire South.

“We shall defend our land together, this is a historic day for both nations. Video



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