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“There Will Be Blood”- Biafra Group Threatens FG, Vows To Unleash War On Fulani Herdsmen (Details below)

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The Biafra Nations League group, BNL, has once again threatened to unleash war on all Fulani herdsmen within the Igbo land, following the increasing cases of killings and kidnappings in the region.

Following the recent killing of at least 15 people in Ebonyi State, the Biafra Nations League (BNL) has directed its members to launch a reprisal assault on Fulani herdsmen.

It was reported that the killings took place in the autonomous communities of Nkalaha, Obegu, Amazu, Nkalagu, and Umuhuali on Monday night.

According to reports, at least 15 people are said to have died in the attack, which was allegedly carried out by some herders.

“Enough is enough,” Ebuta Akor Takon, Deputy National Leader of the BNL and Head of Operations, BBS Media, told reporters in Ikom, Cross River State.


According to the statement by the Biafra group,

“In less than five days, we’ ve instructed BNL representatives and supporters in other parts of the old eastern region to organize and launch counter- attacks on them. ”

“Any assault by them will be avenged before their kin, the Miyetti Allah Kauta Hore and Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, put a stop to it. ”

The Biafra group asked further asked why the Nigerian soldiers are targeting innocent citizens of the pro- Biafra groups while doing little to stop suspected Fulani rebels from assaulting villages.

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The Fulani herdsmen have been reportedly blamed for the rapid increase in cases of killings, banditry, and kidnappings within the county.

Recall that months ago, the President of the federal republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, had given a shoot- on- sight order to all security personnel, in a bid to eradicate the illegal activities of the killer herdsmen across the country.

A few days ago, President Muhammadu Buhari took a flight to the United Kingdom for a proper medical check- up, according to the Presidential aide, Garba Shehu.

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