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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has reacted to statement made the Abia state Commissioner of Police, Ene Okon, over circulating the rumour that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will return to Nigeria for his mother’s burial.
CP Okon had earlier sounded a warning in an interview with the Sun Newspaper correspondent on Friday to the IPOB leader to submit himself to Court or face arrest if he dares step into the state for the burial of his mother.
Kanu mother, according to the family, died German hospital on 30 August after prolonged trauma sustained during the military invasion to the palace of His Royal Highness, Eze Okwu Kanu 14 September 2017.
Reacting in a statement made public by the group’s media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful on Saturday cautioned the commissioner, said he can not obey “Almajiri Masters” more than other commissioners who have served, in the same capacity, tried to setup Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB yet failed.
IPOB warned that it is not in the business of words exchange with anybody, neither the Okon but in after restoring Biafra from what it described as “British herded together into their failed experiment in Nigeria out of the primitive stranglehold of the eternally backward Arewa core north”.
The press statement read: It seems this caliphate servant in police uniform named CP Okon wants to use the name of our most revered leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to be noticed as the slave he is in order to advance his career, the same way another slave called “Justice” John Tsoho used the privilege of presiding over the sham trial of our leader to become the Chief Judge of Federal High Court of Nigeria.
Before this Okon came, there were other loud-mouthed southern police commissioners in Abia that sought to impress their Alimajiri masters by making unedifying and unguarded utterances against our leader and the indomitable IPOB family. The same way they sunk into oblivion in the same way this talkative imp will be quickly consigned to the scrapheap of used and discarded unthinking caliphate servants from the south. He is not the first and neither will he be the last.
IPOB is not in the business of responding to incompetent lowly ranked officers of a failed, shameless, uncivilised and discredited colonial disgrace like Nigeria. IPOB is an international movement currently engaged in international diplomacy to drive home the need to put the long-suffering ethnic nationalities the British herded together into their failed experiment in Nigeria out of the primitive stranglehold of the eternally backward Arewa core north. An inconsequential and roundly incompetent local police operative blabbing away from a poorly maintained office in a dilapidated building in Umuahia is not worthy of an intelligent response from the great IPOB. However, we must inform the Fulani masters of this Okon that Biafra is resonating all over the world today thanks to IPOB. All the years of threats and brutal crackdowns have all resulted in making IPOB more defiant, determined and ruthless in our pursuit of the noble goal of Biafra liberation. The foolish comment in the Sun newspaper of the 30th of November attributed to this CP Okon is something he will come to regret.
If the military might of the Alimajiri Nigerian north, a grand conspiracy of the judiciary and mind-numbing treachery of Okezie Ikpeazu, other Igbo governors and Ohaneze could not stop IPOB, how much less an unknown Fulani boy-boy in police uniform in Umuahia.