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Nnamdi Kanu vows to avenge killing of any Biafran, says it’s now eye for an eye

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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has vowed to avenge the death of any Biafran killed by Nigerian security agencies in the South-East.

Kanu, who stated this in a Facebook post on Tuesday, said IPOB was now ready to take Biafra by force since the Federal Government has refused to conduct a referendum that will enable them get their desired republic.

The IPOB leader shared some images of South Easterners allegedly shot and killed by security operatives in the region.

“What we ask is very simple. Give us referendum for the people to determine their fate in this Fulani controlled zoo called Nigeria,” Kanu said in a Facebook post.

“But if referendum which is the easiest way to go about it can’t be assured, then we will take it by force.

“We can never continue in a country created by a white man meant for their own interests which turns us into slaves. Never!. Our fathers accepted that but this generation said No.

“Simply conduct referendum and allow the will of the people to reign.

“The same way we triumph is same way we’ll continue to triumph to any option they present to us going forward.”

Talking about the killing of some IPOB members in Imo and other parts of the South-East, Kanu added, “I hope those half baked graduates yapping on media are taking note of it!.

“What these janjaweeds must understand is that it’s no longer the time we do cry to the world.

“For any Biafran you kill, there must be a pay back. We will avenge their deaths with the heads of their killers #Eyeforaneye.”



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