IPOB Raises Alarm Over The British Government Cum Fulani Jihadist Plot To Assassinate Nnamdi Kanu
By Mazi Nwabueze Hope Ikenna
For Family Writers
29th May 2017
The attention of Family Writers Press (FWP) has been drawn to an ongoing plot by the British Government with the help of Hausa/Fulani Boko Haram terrorists to assassinate the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
There is heavy military presence in the former Eastern region of Nigeria known as Biafran territory today. Helicopters were seen hovering around the home town of the leader of IPOB Nnamdi Kanu in Isiama Afara Ukwu Ibeku Umuahia.
Family Writers Press (FWP) and the IPOB leadership is notifying the world that if anything should happen to the leader of IPOB, Citizen Nnamdi Kanu the Director of Radio Biafra & Biafra TV, heaven and earth will boil. The Indigenous People of Biafra has the right to self-determination.
As IPOB and Biafrans worldwide prepare to honour their fallen heroes and heroines on 30th May, 2017, with SIT-AT-HOME protest. We want to take you back to the memory lane, that about 6.2 million Biafrans lost their lives between 1967-1970 till date because of British/Nigerian government desperate intention of keeping the contraption called Nigeria one so as to milk Biafra resorces. And they also committed the mother of all genocides in Biafraland.
Nigeria must be dissolved in peace or in pieces. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's life cannot be taken for granted. We want to tell the nations of the world that "we are not toothless bulldogs" . If they push us to the wall we will surely bounce back. If anything happens to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu heaven will fall,we don't mince words. Nigeria and her creator, (British Government) should be ready for a deadly fight if anything should happen to Nnamdi Kanu, this is a warning!!!
Finally, the world should not take our silence for granted. Freedom is all we seek for and nothing more. A word is a enough for the wise.
Edited by Peter Nonso Ikeh for Family Writers.
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