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IPOB Leader Dares Buhari, Writes Letter To US President Stating Why Weapons Should Not Be Sold To The Nigerian Army (Details below)

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People are being killed every day and many others are being abducted daily without any help from the federal government. The Government who had promised to protect the people from danger has not done anything to fulfill the promise they made when they needed the votes of the people. The silence of the Government has made the people believe that the country is not safe for anyone.

The country has continued to experience different degrees of insecurity and massive killing of people in different parts of the country. Due to this insecurity, the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has made plans to put this weapon from the United State of America in other to fight the security challenges in the country but it seems such a move is not welcomed by some groups in the country.

A report from some newspaper has revealed that the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has written a letter to the United States President, Joe Biden urging the united state not to give weapons to Nigeria because the country has refused to obey the law or respect the right of the people.

Punch News has reported that a member of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has written a letter to the United States President, Joe Biden, stating why the US President should not approve the selling of arms to Nigeria. In a letter written to Joe Biden, IPOB urged the United State not to sell weapons to Nigeria’ s military.

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The letter which was allegedly written by IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu, States that the Nigeria President has made the country a dangerous place for its people. Nnamdi Kanu claimed that the present administration has given a bad name to the members of the IPOB and they are being attacked and killed at any given opportunity. He has continued to stop us from pursuing self- determination even though self- determination is legal under Nigerian law. We hereby urge you to revoke any attempt to a country which has continued to abuse the human right of its people; he said.

This report is coming days after some members of the IPOB were killed In Imo state during a crossfire with the Nigerian army. The report revealed that the IPOB members had planned to attack police headquarter in the state when they were stopped and attacked by the Nigerian army.

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