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IPOB reveals group causing mayhem in south-west zone



Cultists, criminal members and hoodlums causing mayhem will all be evicted from Anambra and Abia states as the Indigenous People of Biafra said it has begun tireless effort to ensure peace in the states. 

The group said the move became necessary as some people were destroying the region and blaming it on IPOB and Eastern Security Network operatives.

Emma Powerful, the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, in a statement on Wednesday, urged the people of the South-East to provide accurate information about the cultists, hoodlums and dissidents operating in their area for immediate action.

He said, “It is unacceptable to us for people destroying our region and claiming they are IPOB or ESN operatives, while in reality, they are not.

“Following the consistent moves to restore peace and sanity in the hands of cultists and criminals ravaging the region, we believe it is time we expose those sponsoring the criminals and their crimes.”

He explained that IPOB cannot attack or kill anybody, because it is not part of its mandate, claiming that the “criminal elements” are doing so to demonise IPOB before the global community.

The statement read in part, “IPOB cannot attack or kill anybody because it’s not our mandate. We want the people to help provide us with accurate information about those cultists, hoodlums and dissidents operating in their area for immediate action.

“We enjoin people to be very discreet and watchful in providing their information because high profile individuals in the state sponsor these cultists and hoodlums in their desire to demonise IPOB and ESN. We have decided to sustain the fight against these criminals in the region.

“IPOB is a peaceful movement seeking freedom through internationally recognised civil disobedience and cannot allow cultists and political thugs to terrorise innocent citizens in the Biafra territory in order to discredit our heaven-ordained struggle for freedom and liberty.

“We will not allow that nonsense to continue anymore in our region. Those sponsors across the region, your days are numbered.”

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