Nnamdi Kanu is an impostor; we are behind “unknown gunmen” – Biafra Revolutionary Forces
The Biafra Revolution Forces (BRF) has claimed responsibility for the attacks on government facilities in the South East and other parts of Nigeria.
The group also claimed responsibility for the killing of some security personnel, describing the Supreme Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as an impostor.
A member of the group, who spoke exclusively with Elombah News said that so the called “Unknown Gunmen” operating across the country, especially the south east vowed to “finish everything built on Nigerian soil with our stolen resources unless the government signed the document on the table waiting for them to sign”.
Nnamdi Kanu has been praising the attacks on the Nigeria security personnel and institutions through his social media handle. Among the attacks carried out over the past months was the burning of INEC offices, the destruction of police stations, and the killing of the Police, Army and Immigration officers.
But, narrating what is going in the region, the BRF operative explained that the reason why the group is yet to deflate Nnamdi Kanu’s ego is because they don’t what it to look as if Igbos are fighting themselves.
‘Our men on the ground will continue to do what we are doing because the Igbos nowadays do not reason like the Igbos in the olden days’, he said.
“They are driven with emotional sentiment; they embrace the lies and deception from Nnamdi Kanu instead seeing the reality on the ground”.
“Our people love lies and deception. If you tell them the truth they will ignore you and go their way because they are liars. But the international community and government of the both here and there know that we are the real deal.”
He added that “the government of Nigeria and Lai Mohammed warned news media organizations in Nigeria never to mention our name BRF in their publication. And ask them to use “UNKNOWN GUNMEN”, but the same government will turn around to call us for negotiations and dialogue’.
“We tried to avoid other people from saying “oh Igbos are always fighting themselves they are not united and on the other side we are branded “UNKNOWN GUNMEN”, he stated.