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No Going Back on Anti-Grazing Law, Nnamdi Kanu warn, says era of crying to EU, UN is gone
Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and leading commander of the Eastern Security Network (ESN), Nnamdi Kanu said no going back in implanting the Anti-Grazing Law in the Southern region.
Kanu, in his statement, shared Monday through his Facebook page warned that easterners will never be slaves, adding that any form of menace by the Fulani Herdsmen will never be tolerated.
The ESN leader apparently was reacting to critics of the shared video in circulation displaying Volunteered vigilantes slaughter cows and destroy settlement of herders in Isiukwuato Local government in Abia State.
He regretted the alleged killing, rape, and kidnapping of residents in the Isiukwuato communities and maintaining it will never be allowed in the land of the Rising Sun.
Kanu revealed that the security volunteers, in less than two weeks, embark on the implementation of Anti-Grazing Law in the east challenge anyone to test their resolve should turn to a cow.
Recounting further, Nnamdi Kanu stated that the Fulanis appear to have a monopoly of violence, destroying beverages of Igbos in the North, killing Biafran protesters and no one condemned.
In his words partly: “The era of Biafrans crying and lamenting to the EU and UN has come and gone. The Dragon Flag has been raised! If you don’t know what it means go and ask. By the time what is about to happen is concluded, you will see Somalia as paradise on earth”
He, however, Urged critics to keep on yapping on the column of a newspaper as they like no going back in the implementation of Anti-grazing laws Click to Read Kanu’s post