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Biafra Army is Ready For Another War, See The Powerful Statement They Released to Federal Government (Details below)



The Indigenous People of Biafra has disclosed its resolve to take up the gauntlet thrown by the Federal Government of Nigeria. This followed the aerial bombardment conducted in Orlu by the Nigerian Military.

On Thursday 8th February, 2021, shocking and unexpected news spread the media space that the Nigerian air force was carrying out air strikes in Orlu searching for the members of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, created last year by the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu. People of good conscience have condemned the act as unwarranted, a misplacement of priority.

People have questioned the rationale behind such operation at a time Nigeria has unprecedented securing challenges.

Recall that Fulani herders have been moving about killing innocent people in the country; bandits and Bokoharam in the North are turning that place to a desert; but in all these, the federal government has not attempted any reasonable military solution to them. They have always been talking about giving amnesty to bandits, Bokoharam, and herdsmen. But they keep deploying heavily armed military operatives to the Southeast that does not have any security challenges.

The obsession of Buhari’ s administration is eliminating peaceful IPOB members.

However, following the the air strikes on Thursday, the directorate of State of the group released a statement that the federal government had openly proclaimed confrontations on them, calling on their members to batten down the hatches, that Nigerian Government had exceeded the red lines. They vowed to take up the gauntlet the federal government of Nigeria had thrown down to them. The group says that they are ready to protect their ancestral land against any form of encroachment and trespass.

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From all indications, war is unavoidable at this point. The federal Government is directly calling for a war. Let them consider 1967. It was a genocidal war because the international community joined hands with Nigeria to fight against Biafra, and people were killed more by hunger in Biafra land than anything else. Except that, Biafra would have won that war. Now, the Igbos know how to go about winning the war using the 1967 experience. The Federal Government must understand this.