The Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), on Tuesday, alleged a plot by safety brokers to assault the Southeast.
IPOB alleged that safety brokers have concluded plans to launch assaults throughout the Southeast, beginning with Anambra State.
An announcement by IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Highly effective urged folks of the area to be vigilant and cautious as they perform their actions.
Emma Highly effective mentioned “We want to place Ndigbo on alert of a pending genocidal assault by terrorists of the Nigeria safety on completely different states within the South East.
“We gathered by means of intelligence that these vampires have concluded association to launch assaults on Igbo communities starting with Anambra State within the days forward.
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“We, due to this fact advise particularly Igbo youths who’re the goal of those evil agenda to be circumspect. They need to watch out of their actions and be vigilant.”
The Southeast has witnessed some measure of insecurity these days with assaults on authorities amenities.
Authorities institutions like police stations and workplaces of the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee, INEC, have been razed.
Even the resident of the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma in Owerri was not spared the mayhem by unknown gunmen.
The gunmen had burnt down the place after killing some safety operatives stationed there.
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