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IPOB reveals its new enemies

07 June 2016, 13:17

Owerri - The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has revealed its new enemies.

The group said  all Igbo leaders who visited President Muhammadu Buhari a day after the massacre of its members are traitors, reports Daily Post.

The group's coordinator, Clifford Iroanya, said he was surprised at the likes of those who rushed to Buhari and congratulated him for reportedly killing Biafrans on the fateful day and not to condemn his murderous act or to discuss the process of restoration of Biafra.

Also read: PHOTOS: Buhari with Igbo leaders after bloody Biafra protests

He stated that it is now left for Biafrans to decide what to do with these traitors.

News24 had reported that an 18-man delegation from the South-east had met with Buhari on May 31.

The 18-man delegation, led by former Senate President Ken Nnamani, included All Progressives Congress (APC) National Auditor George Moghalu; Senators Ifeanyi Ararume and Osita Izunaso and former House of Reps member Sharon Ikeazor; former Executive Vice-Chairman of Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) Ernest Ndukwe.

Also in the team were the APC National Vice-Chairman (Southeast), Emma Eneukwu; Austin Edeze; Dr. Uzoma Obiyo and Chris Akomas.

- News 24

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