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Stone any Ohaneze elder complaining of disrespect, insult – Kanu to IPOB members

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Nnamdi Kanu has instructed members of his group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), stone any member of the Ohaneze Ndigbo that complains of disrespect by his style of broadcast.

Kanu ordered to chase away any Igbo elder within Southern Nigeria demanding to be respected and accorded homage amidst unabated killings across the South East region.

The IPOB leader was reacting to recent inhuman treatment of the rampaging armed herders that broke into a home in Anambra State, raped a lady before her mother.

Kanu, who was expressing anger while on evening live Radio Broadcast on Sunday, 28 June 2020 queried why an elder will be expecting respect and accolades from their children when they can’t rise to their primary responsibility.

He condemned continued silence of the elders and political leaders representing the Southern region amidst a series of invasions by the Cattle rearers grazing on crops and people’s farms, raping, killing, and kidnapping innocent citizens.

Barely a week, SCANNEWS24 learned, the South East states have recorded series of killings allegedly carried out by Fulani Herdsmen.

However, some elders and South East Governors had complained bitterly of derogatory and wrongful manners Nnamdi Kanu addresses them noting that his utterance is inciting and hateful.

Meanwhile, the Senate Minority leader, Enyinnanya Abaribe has reaffirmed his support to IPOB revealed to vote for Biafra sovereign state if a referendum is held.

He also warned President Mohammadu Buhari and his ‘unelected media aides’ to go after parading armed Herdsmen before requesting for his arrest.

Abaribe promised to submit himself to Police if members of the Boko Haram group, Bandits are arrested.

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SOURCE: Scannews24.com
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