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IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 5:57pm On Sep 13
By @TonyeBarcanista



I have been silent on the issue of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for a while now but I think it is time to break the silence. Let me for the emphasis state that I am a full fledged apostle of the expression of the right of people to self-determination, but the agitation itself has some unwritten rules that must be maintained. The provocative actions of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his followers should no longer be taken for granted. Below are some of my reasons:

1. ESTABLISHMENT OF BSS IS AN AFFRONT TO THE STATE
The establishment of Biafra Security Service by Nnamdi Kanu, an outfit that is not regulated by any government organ (like in the case of local vigilante and private security outfit) is an affront to the State. A BSS that reports to NO ONE but a single individual, who report to no one but himself, is an affront to the federal republic. Some argued that they are armless, but do we have to wait for them terrorising civilians? We have to be proactive in this country. We can't wait until they start bearing arms to terrorise and perpetrate evil before we act. The establishment of the outfit itself is an illegality. Security Agencies are either created by the Constitution or Act of Parliament and are supervised and regulated by federal or state government (as the case may be). I read that BSS claim their are to fight against herdsmen in the Southeast, my question is under what authority? Wher will they take a suspect to upon arrest? Will it be in their own detention facilities or that of Kanu? Will they issue punishment without trial considering that they have no legal backing to prosecute suspects? How can the government sit and watch a group operating illegal and parallel security outfit?

2. OBSTRUCTION OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGN AND INCITE IS CRIMINAL
Nigeria Constitution, African Charter, United Nations Declarations and other international treaties guarantee "RIGHT/FREEDOM to conscience, hold opinion and association". These rights/freedoms are not subject to negotiation; preventing an individual or group from exercising his or hers is considered a criminal offence.

We have seen videos of IPOB members preventing and obstructing some politicians that are not aligned with their struggle from exercising their legitimate right to freely campaign and solicit for votes in the forthcoming election in Anambra state. They did it to state Governor Willie Obiano and another politician under PPA, which is undemocratic and criminal. As much as they have their right to their agitation, their right ends when it infringes on that of another citizen.

What about the inciting words of Nnamdi Kanu calling his supporters to "resist" any attempt to arrest him for breaking his own bail condition.

3. ATTACK ON CIVILIANS IN OYIGBO IS TERRORISM:
I was informed by an associate that there was attack on people of Northern extraction by IPOB loyalists yesterday in Oyigbo area of Rivers state but not Portharcourt or other areas of the state. Such incident has cancelled the sentiment of IPOB Youths and their apologists that they are nonviolent. It shows that their nonviolent gimmick is simply rhetoric to shore up sympathy. There is no justification to attack civilians even in time of war (it is considered a war crime). Perhaps some of the cheerleaders on social media are ignorant of the consequence of that singular action but ignorance is no excuse to the law.

THE GOVERNMENT MUST ACT IMMEDIATELY
There is a thin line between a freedom fighting group and a terrorist organisation. Secessionists in Europe like the Catalonia people don't engage attack on innocent citizens that doesn't share their ideology. Any secessionist group that attacks other non conforming citizens within their territory is no longer a freedom fighting group but a terrorist organisation. The Catalans fighting for independence don't engage in terrorising individuals and groups that are pro-Spain unity. The people of Scotland didn't attack the English people during the period of agitation for secession. Even in 1966 when Isaac Adaka Boro led his group to secede Ijaw nation from Nigeria and at the peak of the attack from government troops on his group, it was never heard nor written that civilians (irrespective of their sentiment) were attacked. Only terrorist organisations like Boko Haram and ISIS would attack real and perceived sympathisers of those they consider their "oppressors"/rivals.

It is time for the government to act and bring troublemakers to justice. Government must act to curb the excesses of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB group. They have the right to their agitation but they don't have the right to display insanity. I am always for justice irrespective whose ox is gored. I spoke against the attack on Igbos in Bayelsa, condemned the October 1st Ultimatum given to Igbo in the north and condemned the counter ultimatum issued by a group of faceless clowns that called themselves Niger Delta Agitators on Yorubas/North, I can't afford to keep silent this time. Nobody is bigger than the law.

Those that believe that the Southeast should have their Biafra should do so within the confines of the law and international standard, anything beyond that is call for trouble.

They have the right to boycott elections (just like MASSOB has been doing since 2003) but they have no right to obstruct campaign and political activities, they have no right to issue threats to prospective voters nor stop voting process. They have the right to be angry against the government and the military but they have NO RIGHT to pour their frustration on people of Northern extraction or any other citizen irrespective of sentiment. They have the right not to recognize Nigeria Police and any other security outfit but they have no right to establish their military/police wing (and still claiming armless). Nigeria belongs to all of us, we all have right to be angry over the sad situation of our country, but we have the duty to properly channel our grievances without inflicting injury on people.

We don't have to wait for reprisals before we do what is appropriate, government must act now.




May God Bless Us All And Bless Nigeria

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by ritababe(f): 6:00pm On Sep 13
you are 100% right, if they want Biafra let them do it the right way, let them hold their leaders and make them to push for referedum.
Kanu way is not the right way and even if Biafra will come it won't be through Kanu.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Perfectdanny(m): 6:00pm On Sep 13
Rubbish

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:01pm On Sep 13
This interview might help you war monger!!!

It will not be palatable for everyone when it starts.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkvMoDflU6o

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by nku5: 6:02pm On Sep 13
Barcanistus strikes again grin grin
Such shallow, watery poo

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by babyfaceafrica: 6:03pm On Sep 13
Agreed..fg is too gentle in.this guy..if na obj..I know what he would have done... Bubu is slow

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:04pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:
By @TonyeBarcanista



I have been silent on the issue of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for a while now but I think it is time to break the silence. Let me for the emphasis state that I am a full fledged apostle of the expression of the right of people to self-determination, but the agitation itself has some unwritten rules that must be maintained. The provocative actions of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his followers should no longer be taken for granted. Below are some of my reasons:

1. ESTABLISHMENT OF BSS IS AN AFFRONT TO THE STATE
The establishment of Biafra Security Service by Nnamdi Kanu, an outfit that is not regulated by any government organ (like in the case of local vigilante and private security outfit) is an affront to the State. A BSS that reports to NO ONE but a single individual, who report to no one but himself, is an affront to the federal republic. Some argued that they are armless, but do we have to wait for them terrorising civilians? We have to be proactive in this country. We can't wait until they start bearing arms to terrorise and perpetrate evil before we act. The establishment of the outfit itself is an illegality. Security Agencies are either created by the Constitution or Act of Parliament and are supervised and regulated by federal or state government (as the case may be). I read that BSS claim their are to fight against herdsmen in the Southeast, my question is under what authority? Wher will they take a suspect to upon arrest? Will it be in their own detention facilities or that of Kanu? Will they issue punishment without trial considering that they have no legal backing to prosecute suspects? How can the government sit and watch a group operating illegal and parallel security outfit?

2. OBSTRUCTION OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGN AND INCITE IS CRIMINAL
Nigeria Constitution, African Charter, United Nations Declarations and other international treaties guarantee "RIGHT/FREEDOM to conscience, hold opinion and association". These rights/freedoms are not subject to negotiation; preventing an individual or group from exercising his or hers is considered a criminal offence.

We have seen videos of IPOB members preventing and obstructing some politicians that are not aligned with their struggle from exercising their legitimate right to freely campaign and solicit for votes in the forthcoming election in Anambra state. They did it to state Governor Willie Obiano and another politician under PPA, which is undemocratic and criminal. As much as they have their right to their agitation, their right ends when it infringes on that of another citizen.

What about the inciting words of Nnamdi Kanu calling his supporters to "resist" any attempt to arrest him for breaking his own bail condition.

3. ATTACK ON CIVILIANS IN OYIGBO IS TERRORISM:
I was informed by an associate that there was attack on people of Northern extraction by IPOB loyalists yesterday in Oyigbo area of Rivers state but not Portharcourt or other areas of the state. Such incident has cancelled the sentiment of IPOB Youths and their apologists that they are nonviolent. It shows that their nonviolent gimmick is simply rhetoric to shore up sympathy. There is no justification to attack civilians even in time of war (it is considered a war crime). Perhaps some of the cheerleaders on social media are ignorant of the consequence of that singular action but ignorance is no excuse to the law.

THE GOVERNMENT MUST ACT IMMEDIATELY
There is a thin line between a freedom fighting group and a terrorist organisation. Secessionists in Europe like the Catalonia people don't engage attack on innocent citizens that doesn't share their ideology. Any secessionist group that attacks other non conforming citizens within their territory is no longer a freedom fighting group but a terrorist organisation. The Catalans fighting for independence don't engage in terrorising individuals and groups that are pro-Spain unity. The people of Scotland didn't attack the English people during the period of agitation for secession. Even in 1966 when Isaac Adaka Boro led his group to secede Ijaw nation from Nigeria and at the peak of the attack from government troops on his group, it was never heard nor written that civilians (irrespective of their sentiment) were attacked. Only terrorist organisations like Boko Haram and ISIS would attack real and perceived sympathisers of those they consider their "oppressors"/rivals.

It is time for the government to act and bring troublemakers to justice. Government must act to curb the excesses of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB group. They have the right to their agitation but they don't have the right to display insanity. I am always for justice irrespective whose ox is gored. I spoke against the attack on Igbos in Bayelsa, condemned the October 1st Ultimatum given to Igbo in the north and condemned the counter ultimatum issued by a group of faceless clowns that called themselves Niger Delta Agitators on Yorubas/North, I can't afford to keep silent this time. Nobody is bigger than the law.

Those that believe that the Southeast should have their Biafra should do so within the confines of the law and international standard, anything beyond that is call for trouble.

They have the right to boycott elections (just like MASSOB has been doing since 2003) but they have no right to obstruct campaign and political activities, they have no right to issue threats to prospective voters nor stop voting process. They have the right to be angry against the government and the military but they have NO RIGHT to pour their frustration on people of Northern extraction or any other citizen irrespective of sentiment. They have the right not to recognize Nigeria Police and any other security outfit but they have no right to establish their military/police wing (and still claiming armless). Nigeria belongs to all of us, we all have right to be angry over the sad situation of our country, but we have the duty to properly channel our grievances without inflicting injury on people.

We don't have to wait for reprisals before we do what is appropriate, government must act now.




May God Bless Us All And Bless Nigeria


Is the Hausa/Fulani army backing Fulani militias to raze down christian communities, not TERRORISM, as well?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by OmoOshodi(m): 6:04pm On Sep 13
Go and lipsrsealed

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:09pm On Sep 13
Stingman:



Is the Hausa/Fulani army backing Fulani militias to raze down christian communities, not TERRORISM, as well?
What are you saying?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by pauljumbo: 6:10pm On Sep 13
This post is worse than hate speech

the entire east is under siege

Biafra is an ideology that must be engaged by the government through dialogue and not military action

this military actions will radicalize these armless ipob members

we do not need such post at the moment

let's pray for peace it's better than try to confuse the sitting president

TonyeBarcanista:
By @TonyeBarcanista



I have been silent on the issue of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for a while now but I think it is time to break the silence. Let me for the emphasis state that I am a full fledged apostle of the expression of the right of people to self-determination, but the agitation itself has some unwritten rules that must be maintained. The provocative actions of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his followers should no longer be taken for granted. Below are some of my reasons:

1. ESTABLISHMENT OF BSS IS AN AFFRONT TO THE STATE
The establishment of Biafra Security Service by Nnamdi Kanu, an outfit that is not regulated by any government organ (like in the case of local vigilante and private security outfit) is an affront to the State. A BSS that reports to NO ONE but a single individual, who report to no one but himself, is an affront to the federal republic. Some argued that they are armless, but do we have to wait for them terrorising civilians? We have to be proactive in this country. We can't wait until they start bearing arms to terrorise and perpetrate evil before we act. The establishment of the outfit itself is an illegality. Security Agencies are either created by the Constitution or Act of Parliament and are supervised and regulated by federal or state government (as the case may be). I read that BSS claim their are to fight against herdsmen in the Southeast, my question is under what authority? Wher will they take a suspect to upon arrest? Will it be in their own detention facilities or that of Kanu? Will they issue punishment without trial considering that they have no legal backing to prosecute suspects? How can the government sit and watch a group operating illegal and parallel security outfit?

2. OBSTRUCTION OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGN AND INCITE IS CRIMINAL
Nigeria Constitution, African Charter, United Nations Declarations and other international treaties guarantee "RIGHT/FREEDOM to conscience, hold opinion and association". These rights/freedoms are not subject to negotiation; preventing an individual or group from exercising his or hers is considered a criminal offence.

We have seen videos of IPOB members preventing and obstructing some politicians that are not aligned with their struggle from exercising their legitimate right to freely campaign and solicit for votes in the forthcoming election in Anambra state. They did it to state Governor Willie Obiano and another politician under PPA, which is undemocratic and criminal. As much as they have their right to their agitation, their right ends when it infringes on that of another citizen.

What about the inciting words of Nnamdi Kanu calling his supporters to "resist" any attempt to arrest him for breaking his own bail condition.

3. ATTACK ON CIVILIANS IN OYIGBO IS TERRORISM:
I was informed by an associate that there was attack on people of Northern extraction by IPOB loyalists yesterday in Oyigbo area of Rivers state but not Portharcourt or other areas of the state. Such incident has cancelled the sentiment of IPOB Youths and their apologists that they are nonviolent. It shows that their nonviolent gimmick is simply rhetoric to shore up sympathy. There is no justification to attack civilians even in time of war (it is considered a war crime). Perhaps some of the cheerleaders on social media are ignorant of the consequence of that singular action but ignorance is no excuse to the law.

THE GOVERNMENT MUST ACT IMMEDIATELY
There is a thin line between a freedom fighting group and a terrorist organisation. Secessionists in Europe like the Catalonia people don't engage attack on innocent citizens that doesn't share their ideology. Any secessionist group that attacks other non conforming citizens within their territory is no longer a freedom fighting group but a terrorist organisation. The Catalans fighting for independence don't engage in terrorising individuals and groups that are pro-Spain unity. The people of Scotland didn't attack the English people during the period of agitation for secession. Even in 1966 when Isaac Adaka Boro led his group to secede Ijaw nation from Nigeria and at the peak of the attack from government troops on his group, it was never heard nor written that civilians (irrespective of their sentiment) were attacked. Only terrorist organisations like Boko Haram and ISIS would attack real and perceived sympathisers of those they consider their "oppressors"/rivals.

It is time for the government to act and bring troublemakers to justice. Government must act to curb the excesses of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB group. They have the right to their agitation but they don't have the right to display insanity. I am always for justice irrespective whose ox is gored. I spoke against the attack on Igbos in Bayelsa, condemned the October 1st Ultimatum given to Igbo in the north and condemned the counter ultimatum issued by a group of faceless clowns that called themselves Niger Delta Agitators on Yorubas/North, I can't afford to keep silent this time. Nobody is bigger than the law.

Those that believe that the Southeast should have their Biafra should do so within the confines of the law and international standard, anything beyond that is call for trouble.

They have the right to boycott elections (just like MASSOB has been doing since 2003) but they have no right to obstruct campaign and political activities, they have no right to issue threats to prospective voters nor stop voting process. They have the right to be angry against the government and the military but they have NO RIGHT to pour their frustration on people of Northern extraction or any other citizen irrespective of sentiment. They have the right not to recognize Nigeria Police and any other security outfit but they have no right to establish their military/police wing (and still claiming armless). Nigeria belongs to all of us, we all have right to be angry over the sad situation of our country, but we have the duty to properly channel our grievances without inflicting injury on people.

We don't have to wait for reprisals before we do what is appropriate, government must act now.




May God Bless Us All And Bless Nigeria

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by kingxsamz(m): 6:11pm On Sep 13
yes... this criminal should be arrested... and jailed... meanwhile his followers keeps drinking his piss and disturbing the peace of Igbo land

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:11pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

What are you saying?


Read every word and and understand them. Let me know the word you don't know the meaning.

NIGERIA: ATTACKS AGAINST CHRISTIANS SPREAD SOUTH
Claims security forces are joining militants in attacking Christian communities.

Read more: http://www.releaseinternational.org/media/download_gallery/Nigeria-%20Attacks%20against%20Christians%20spread%20south,%20radio%20report%20cue.pdf

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:11pm On Sep 13
Kanu and ipobs needs to be crushed now

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by richidinho(m): 6:12pm On Sep 13
Buhari erred by sending military men to the entire south east, for crying outloud even if IPOB were harassing people, it is still the constitutional duty of the Nigerian police to tear gas and arrest them

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:12pm On Sep 13
God Bless Tonyebarcanista and all other patriots

Kanu is a terrorist

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by madridguy(m): 6:13pm On Sep 13
shocked
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:13pm On Sep 13
kingxsamz:
yes... this criminal should be arrested... and jailed... meanwhile his followers keeps drinking his piss and disturbing the peace of Igbo land

Many fighting one. No shame. Once he is jailed, then all the agitation will cease..and you born to rule leeching will continue forever, abi?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:13pm On Sep 13
@ Tonyebarcanista The best write up so far
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:14pm On Sep 13
richidinho:
Ok

Anyone that supports him will be dealt with
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:15pm On Sep 13
pauljumbo:
This post is worse than hate speech

the entire east is under siege

Biafra is an ideology that must be engaged by the government through dialogue and not military action

this military actions will radicalize these armless ipob members

we do not need such post at the moment

let's pray for peace it's better than try to confuse the sitting president


It seems you lack unde......nding

Though its not common

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by FTrebirth(m): 6:16pm On Sep 13
sarrki:
Kanu and ipobs needs to be crushed now
illiterate zombie.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:16pm On Sep 13
OmoOshodi:
Go and lipsrsealed

Mechonu

Ipobs are terrorist

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:16pm On Sep 13
nku5:
Barcanistus strikes again grin grin

Such shallow, watery poo

E pain am

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Throwback: 6:17pm On Sep 13
Kanu's nuisance should be done away with before the end of October.
He has no business being in the midst of a civilised society.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:17pm On Sep 13
FTrebirth:

illiterate zombie.

Your able leader as been caged by our military
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:18pm On Sep 13
sarrki:


Mechonu

Ipobs are terrorist

Are the murderous fulani herdsmen terrorists? They are rated the world's 4th terrorist group..Can you repeat this if you are not a slave of the caliphate?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Throwback: 6:18pm On Sep 13
ritababe:
you are 100% right, if they want Biafra let them do it the right way, let them hold their leaders and make them to push for referedum.
Kanu way is not the right way and even if Biafra will come it won't be through Kanu.

Kanu considers himself a self imposed supreme leader.
He has no regard for the constitutional authority of his own region. Yet he believes the UN should listen to a serial abuser of the rights of others.

His threats to pastor Kumuyi is on record.
His order to his mob to burn down the country if he is lawfully arrested, is also on record with the UN and US who he himself has drawn toward the happenings in Nigeria.

The US and the UN are now wondering what manner of mad man without any constitutional nor democratic authority, is demanding that he must be given a date for referendum, as though he was deserving of any regard.

The same Kanu that said he will march to Lagos and Kaduna, is suddenly cancelling meetings in his own Igboland because he is afraid for his security.

A bloody coward who has suddenly lost his voice and courage when he sees a power greater than his own noise.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by paBuhari(m): 6:19pm On Sep 13
OP should be arrested for hate speech against IPOB.


Your desperation together with zoo govt to label IPOB a terrorist organization as they did to shites "Islamic Movement of Nigeria" will never succeed!!!!

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by nku5: 6:19pm On Sep 13
sarrki:

E pain am
Nope entertained
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:20pm On Sep 13
ritababe:
you are 100% right, if they want Biafra let them do it the right way, let them hold their leaders and make them to push for referedum.
Kanu way is not the right way and even if Biafra will come it won't be through Kanu.
I'm not even concerned whether Biafra agitation is led by Kanu or anybody else, my own is they should act appropriately otherwise the government must act.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by pauljumbo: 6:20pm On Sep 13
sarrki:


It seems you lack unde......nding

Though its not common

i thinking provoking an angry man its also hate speech

their is tension in the land we should stop insulting people who is sad

do you how painful for an ibo man to see his family killed

we should advise the president to dialogue with the group

this military action will not help at the moment

going through all your post you are inciting the Igbos to hate Nigeria is bad

lets pray for the president to take good action not the other way round
we need peace not war

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