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Boko Haram declares Igboland conquered territory [Video]



Anyone who has any modicum of doubt about the real identity of the real Fulani herdsmen can rest on his oars as the Fulani herdsmen have been unmasked.

Photo: Enugu State governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi seen at the scene of the massacre shedding “crocodile tears”

 Careful observers drew the analogy after the recent attack on an Enugu community, namely Uzo-Uwani, where hundreds were reportedly killed.

A VIDEO recording released by Boko Haram killers saw them appraising their status and achievements.

The speaker made bold to announce Igboland a conquered territory.

The Boko Haram mentioned the states which they’ve ever ready members.

He also claimed they have their kingpins In Nigeria Senate and other high profile government officials who are passing Informations to them.

The conquered Biafra states mentioned are Anambra, Enugu, Ebonyi and Akwa Ibom. 

Well, according to available records, Anambra State has not recorded any direct Boko Haram attack.

The attacks recorded so far involve so-called Fulani herdsmen. So one dares ask: When did the Igboland become a conquered Boko Haram territory?

Going by the video recording, the terrorists have infiltrated the Igboland under the guise of nonentities while unleashing violence as Fulani herdsmen.

After the attack the Enugu State governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi was seen at the scene of the massacre shedding what a writer called “crocodile tears”.

According to our earlier REPORT, “the governor called Abuja for help, but got none, as Fulani terrorists massacred an entire community.”

Interestingly, Enugu is one of the states where the governor outrightly banned protest by the Indigenous People of Biafra [IPOB] but could do nothing to protect the bloodbath. 

Meanwhile, Igbo men of sort are yet to speak out of condemn the mayhem, with the exception of Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu.

Ekweremadu stated at plenary on Tuesday, April 26, 2016, that the killing was perpetrated by persons suspected to be armed herdsmen.

He also called for an immediate resolution of the unending conflict between farmers and cattle herdsmen.

According to him, those conflicts are threatening to throw the entire nation into another round of crisis.

One of our correspondents, Paul Achalla dared implicate President Muhammadu Buhari in the senseless killing across the country.

In his short rendition, he wrote in part: “The Fulani Herdsmen terrorising Nigerians did not start under Buhari led Govt but he remains their patron then and on even date!!!

Buhari did not condemn them then; Buhari as elder statesman instead backed them fully. 

“Buhari gladly accepted their appointment as their Patron then ignoring their atrocities. 

“He backed them fully; he intervened many times as an individual ex head of state.

“Buhari led Govt is complicit in all the atrocities committed by Fulani herdsmen period.

According to our REPORT, communities have a right to self-defense and determination.

Therefore, it is high time the Igbo communities, as well as any other indigenous groups to rise to the occasion and defend and determine their future considering the federal government’s complicity in the whole scenario.

In their report, a civil rights organization – Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) reiterated their called on the Nigerian State to ease the process of issuance of firearms.

The call was contained in a media statement signed jointly by the National coordinator Comrade Emmanuel Onwubiko and the National Media Affairs Director Miss Zainab Yusuf.

This is in order to protect their inalienable, universal and constitutional right to Right to Life. 

This is based on their belief that these dastardly killings by the armed Fulani bandits have reached absolutely unacceptable dimension.

According to them, it is now clear that all security agencies have spectacularly failed in the constitutional mandate to protect lives and property of the citizenry. 

HURIWA said it made no sense denying Nigerians the right to weapons ownership.

The Rights group said the failure of intelligence or the deliberate stoking of embers of Igbo hatred by the Department of State Service [DSS] may have caused this latest attack of this Igbo community.

HURIWA, therefore, demanded the prosecution of the Director General of DSS for authorising a recent diatribe against Igbo.

The agency had wrongfully accused members of the Indigenous People of Biafra of alleged killing of the five Fulani herdsmen.

Watch video declaring Igboland conquered territory here

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