Nnamdi Kanu sends letter to the EU about the death of 21 IPOB members

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Nnamdi Kanu sends letter to the EU about the death of 21 IPOB members

The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra  (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, sent a letter to the European Union ( EU) about killing IPOB leaders in Emene, Enugu State, southeast Nigeria.

SportyWap News understands Department of State Services (DSS) officials clashed with pro-Biafra party leaders at Emene community primary school, Enugu state on Sunday. The clash left 21 members of the IPOB as well as two DSS officers dead in its aftermath.

Reacting to the attack on Radio Biafra during a live broadcast, Kanu, who expressed sorrow about the attack, said that the death of 21 IPOB leaders from the European Union ( EU) was “Fulani Janjaweed Army.” questions

I want the EU to listen to what I have to say today, and the rest of the world. Emene Enugu’s attack tonight was a planned assault by the Fulani JANJAWEED army, “Kanu said.

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Speaking further, Kanu said the Nigerian security agents are trying to intimidate his group’s leaders, adding that “the reason they keep doing this is because they killed us in Nkpor, Igweocha and they came to my house and slaughtered at will, and nothing happened.”

“I want someone to ask the police today,” the IPOB leader says, “you left your Barack, your station to go to someone’s compound to kill people today. Is there a threat in there? I invite everyone and every journalist to tell the world what wrong we have done.

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“The reason why they keep doing this is because they killed us in Nkpor, Igweocha and they also came to my house and slaughtered at will, and nothing happened.

“They are trying to provoke us, it seems there is an unfinished business that the Fulani will like to finish as soon as possible. The question I have to ask is this, will such a thing happen in Ariwa and Oduduwa land, of course, the answer is No.

“The question is, why do the Nigeria police and army find it easy and normal to open fire on unarmed civilian? “

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