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Enemies, traitors, Efulefus now feeling our wrath, says Nnamdi Kanu as he mourn 28 IPOB members

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√ 4 years on, Nnamdi Kanu mourn 28 killed IPOB members, assured Biafra restoration

Nnamdi Kanu, four years later has shared memory of members, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), tortured by the Nigerian military on their way to his home in Afaraukwu, Abia State.

Kanu recalled that 28 ‘defenseless’ members of the group were killed by Nigerian soldiers at his residence and many were as well dispersed on their way to his house.

He explained that dozens of them en route Afaraukwu were held at Isiala Ngwa on 13 of September 2017.

Kanu, who shared on his social handles on Sunday, said his Niece was among those killed at his compound “I mourn all of you today as I mourn you always”.

He noted that the ‘spilled blood’ of casualties would never be in vain, assured Biafra will be achieved because of them.

Kanu revealed that enemies and others referred to as ‘traitors and Efulefus’ planning to orchestrate the struggle for Biafra nation are beginning to feel IPOB’s wrath. “For your sake, we will never stop until the freedom you all died for is achieved”

On this day in 2017, men died in my compound in Umuahia. Before that on the 13th of September 2017 at Isiala Ngwa Fulani…

Опубликовано Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Воскресенье, 13 сентября 2020 г.

On the contrary, the Nigerian Army said soldiers never attacked, captured, or killed Nnamdi Kanu and his supporters.

Speaking on the incident, Major General John Enenche said he monitored the military exercise, Operation Python Dance 1, and soldiers never enforced against IPOB.

He maintained that the soldiers only responded to some IPOB members who erected roadblock on Federal road, stone at them with various objects.

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