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Group describes shoot-at-sight order as massacre against Igbos

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An Igbo sociocultural group, Igbo Nationwide Council (INC) Worldwide, has described the shoot-at-sight order given by the Inspector Normal of Police, as one other pogrom towards Ndigbo.

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The group, in a press launch signed by its Nationwide President, Chilos Godsent, mentioned that the shoot-at-sight order has led to the deployment of Nigerian army to the Southeast and this, based on him, had induced lack of lives of the residents of the zone.

The discharge additional mentioned that the Buhari-led civilian junta has, by its safety Chiefs, deployed battalions of “blood thirsty Fulani killer police and army particular squad to Igbo-speaking nation, to arbitrarily arrest folks, torture them and likewise shoot at sight in a bid to scale back their quantity and put them on political standstill.”

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“We’re conscious of the determined efforts by the Fulani cabals to make use of the federal pressure to intimidate, assault and conquer different nationalities in Nigeria as a part of their undertaking to fulanize and Islamize Nigeria by the arm conquest.

“We subsequently urge all Nigerians to rise towards this satanic agenda being desperately championed by the federal authorities.

“Nigeria is a secular nation and should stay secular.

“Mr. President ought to be reminded that historical past has it that no quantity of brutal violence or state repression can cease a folks from reaching good governance and growth by self-determination.

“Somewhat, violence solely breeds violence. We subsequently want to reaffirm that the continuing militarization of the Igbo nation and the bloodbath of the unarmed civilians will worsen the safety scenario within the nation forward of the 2023 normal elections.

“We demand that the federal government cease arbitrary killings of the Southeasterners and undertake peaceable dialogue in an effort to resolve the crises in some Igbo-speaking states together with Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu, Anambra, Rivers and Benue states respectively.”

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