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BREAKING: S/East Governors Denies Knowledge To Operation Python Dance
The South East Governors has reportedly denied getting involved to the widely condemned military exercise, Operation Python Dance, initially conducted in a community in Afara Ukwu, hometown of the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The military exercise, which has extend to the 3rd in three years, starting from 27 September 2016, has created divides in Nigeria, where many condemned the exercise and others, at the political class welcomed it as measure to tackle insecurity in Nigeria.
The governor’s denial is coming when the Indigenous People of Biefra had raised an eyebrows to attack the political leaders in abroad, outside Nigeria shore.
IPOB had instructed it’s unit members in various countries to intensify efforts to making sure every political leader from South East, exemption of Enyinnanya Abaribe, the group’s multimillion naira surety, be humiliated.
This was disclosed in a statement by the chairman of governors forum, David Umahi, during a meeting with some Igbo stakeholders in Ebonyi State on Saturday.
Umahi, in the meeting that had in attendance, Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, revealed that the governors never invited the military to the South East for Python Dance exercise.
In his words: “South East governors never invited the Army nor were South East Governors informed of any of their operations on Python Dance until the operations were already started in the states.”
“South East governors would like to write to Mr. President to request for a meeting with him and all the security chiefs on security to douse tension in the region.”