We’ll chase Fulani terrorists out of Southeast, Hausas safe with us – IPOB

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Thursday warned that Fulani terrorists masquerading as herders are not welcome in the Southeast.

IPOB explained that Fulani terrorists masquerading as herders are raping and killing the vulnerable in the region.

Emma Powerful, the spokesman of IPOB, however, said the group is not against Hausas and non-indigenes residing in the Southeast.

Powerful assured Hausas and non-indigenes residing in the Southeast of their safety in the region.

According to Powerful: “The IPOB leadership call on all residents in Biafraland both Biafrans and non Biafrans to ignore this deliberate falsehood from a terrorist infested and discredited Nigerian Army Headquarters and unequivocally assure them of their safety and enjoin them to go about their businesses anywhere in Biafraland without fear of molestation.

The only people that are not and will not be welcomed in Biafraland are Fulani terrorists masquerading as herdsmen who are destroying our farmlands with their unclean cows, molesting and raping our mothers, sisters and wives farming in our bushes and forests and murdering our people doing their legitimate farm work.

“It is now Imperative for the Nigerian military, whose highest echelons as well as new recruits are dominated by Fulani terrorists masquerading as the Nigerian army to recall their kinsmen occupying any space in our bushes and forests to vacate those places forthwith. The Nigerian army must withdraw their terrorist foot soldiers sent into Biafraland as Fulani Herdsmen because there will be no hiding place in our land for them.

“IPOB is a peaceful freedom movement that is a given. However, we have a duty as a people to protect our land and our people against Fulani terrorist Herdsmen. We are not begging Fulani terrorists to vacate our farmlands and forest, but we will chase them out of our bushes and forests where they stay to kidnap, kill and rape our mothers, wives and sisters on the farms.”