Harassment Of Traders For “Solidarizing” With Our Leader Can’t Stop Biafra – IPOB


The attention of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has been drawn to the unprovoked harassment of our people and traders at various markets especially in Orlu, Imo State who refused to open for business on Monday July 26 as a way of showing their solidarity with our leader, during his court hearing in Abuja.

A trader committed no crime known to law by not opening for business for whatever reason. Why will  the Nigeria Army descend so low as to intimidating Biafra traders who on their own volition decided to solidarize with our leader? It is their fundamental right to determine when to open for business and what to do with their time more so when nobody compelled them.

Soldiers locking market gates in Owerri , Orlu and other places, chasing people out of market because they solidarized with our leader is madness taken too far. What a shame for soldiers to abandon their duty posts and begin to chase around innocent Biafran traders! We are worried about the incessant parading of innocent youths in Biafra land by police and tagged them ESN or unknown gunmen. We are deeply concerned how Mr Abutu Yaro the police Commissioner Imo State in would be harassing innocent Biafrans and laid false allegations against them.

The Nigeria Government and her army and police must know that those people they were illegally parading are not IPOB or ESN members especially the percent persons they claimed to be caught at Amaraku in Isiala Mbano LGA Imo State.

The Nigeria police and Nigerian army should understand that the general public knew them and know how they work in Nigeria since their creation. Nigeria police and Nigerian army are the instructions that create and cause confusion in Nigeria. We are warning Nigeria police, are army and DSS to stop giving false information about the existence of citizens because people understands and not happy with them.




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