Anambra: IPOB Issues A Federal Warning To Soludo
The Indigenous People of Biafra, also known as IPOB, has issued a warning to Anambra State Governor, Charles Soludo, to desist from linking the organization with criminals and other criminals.
This was made known by IPOB’s spokeswoman, Emma Powerful, in a statement issued on Friday.
Emma said in the statement that adversaries of the succession group were exploiting the IPOB’s name to perpetrate crimes and blackmail the organisation’s leadership.
As well, he urged the newly elected governor to refrain from calling on the East Security Network to come out of hiding without first providing them with a viable option.
He went on to advise agents of darkness who were using the name IPOB to do wickedness to quit their nefarious deeds.
According to him:
“We the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, wish to tell Governor Soludo to stop linking IPOB with criminal activities in his state without proper investigations.
“He should know that our enemies are committing atrocities using our name in their desperation to blackmail IPOB.
“Again, we want to advise Soludo to stop asking ESN to come out from the bushes and forests without providing an alternative solution to checkmate the activities of fulani terrorists in our farms and forests.
“It is dangerous to leave our farms unguarded to avoid the Fulani jihadists masquerading as herdsmen manhandling our mothers, wives and sisters who go to farms. Anybody who knows Soludo should advise him to leave IPOB alone and stop making unguarded utterances against IPOB again without investigations”.