Enforcement Of Anti-Open Grazing In South-East Begins Soon, Says IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra on Monday said its security arm, the Eastern Security Network, would soon commence the enforcement of the Anti-Grazing law in the South-East geo-political zone.

This was as the Igbo National Council expressed its support for IPOB’s call on the South-East governors to halt open grazing by Fulani herdsmen in the South-East.

Kanu in the statement specifically said IPOB’s security outfit would commence enforcement of anti-grazing law in two weeks.

The proscribed group noted that it would no longer tolerate any form of killings by Fulani herdsmen in the zone, adding that such will never happen again in the land of, “The Rising Sun.”

The secessionist group stated this in a statement personally signed by its Leader, Nnamdi Kanu, a copy of which was made available to our correspondent by its Director of Media and Publicity, Emma Powerful.

According to the statement, “If you are one of the #Zoo animals suffering from an advanced form of Stockholm syndrome, may it kill you there. We in the East are not, have never been and can never be slaves to any bunch of retards. Ask the British.

“We won’t tolerate any iota of killer Fulani herdsmen menace in the East. You may be comfortable with your wretched Fulanised existence where you are but we won’t live with that rubbish in the land of the Rising Sun. Where were you when our people were being slaughtered, raped and kidnapped in Isiukwuato?

“In less than two weeks, #ESN will commence the full enforcement of Nigeria’s Anti-Grazing Law in the East. Turn into a cow then and see what shall become of you. You are about to understand how determined we are. You have the temerity to talk about monopoly of violence?

“The era of Biafrans crying and lamenting to EU and UN has come and gone. The Dragon Flag has been raised! If you don’t know what it means, go and ask.

“Yap all you like, there is no going back. You #Zoo animals are about to witness the type of madness you never knew existed. Aisha Yusuf.”

Speaking, Emma Powerful, said Aisha Yusuf, an activist from the North, entered into IPOB’s bad book for saying the group has no monopoly of violence.

Igbo group back IPOB

Meanwhile, a group, Igbo National Council, has said that it was backing the call by IPOB on South-East governors to end open grazing by Fulani herdsmen in the South-East zone.

The INC’s National President, Chilos Godsent, urged the South-East governors to emulate their South-West counterparts, who opposed the activities of the Fulani herdsmen said that the herdsmen should not be allowed any field in the region.

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