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“You can’t impose your private security concern on the people”, Mefor shreds Kanu again

The war of words between the deputy leader of the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Uche-Mefor and Nnamdi Kanu has appeared unending.
Mefor who abdicated from his position late last year after he rejected and exposed the lies going on in the separatist movement has continued to attack Nnamdi Kanu back to back over his overbearing propaganda and mischievousness.
Since the fugitive leader of the outlawed organization floated Eastern Security Network, his deputy has consistently criticised and cautioned him over his excesses.
Mefor in statement has warned Nnamdi Kanu not to impose his private security on the people.
“A private security concern must not be imposed on an entire population or region. Biafraland must not be allowed to descend into lawlessness, anarchy and chaos.”
He also said the leaders of the region will be answerable if there is any break down of law and order arising from their silence.
“The governors and State Assembly Members are complicit in any break down of law and order arising from their silence.”
He further urged them to act responsibly and prevail on the security forces to leave the region.
“They must act responsibly and prevail against the security forces to leave our land and in turn provide security  for all and sundry.”
However, Uche-mefor said his rebranded version of IPOB stands for human rights and fundamental freedoms of all.
“We renew our commitment to human rights and fundamental freedoms of all.”

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