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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by freshvine(f): 6:20pm On Sep 13
You wait this long just to pick hole.

Prisoner of conscience indeed.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by JohnXcel: 6:22pm 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.
Exactly!

There is a right way to do it!

You wanna have Biafra, no problem!

Let your reps speak for you, let them push for the referendum you so desire!

Simple.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by richidinho(m): 6:22pm On Sep 13
sarrki:


Anyone that supports him will be dealt with

Why are you dancing with the python on nairaland
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by FTrebirth: 6:24pm On Sep 13
sarrki:


Your able leader as been caged by our military
another display of illiteracy by the chief zombie of nairaland.

as to your comment, i'm not an ipod member neither do i support them. i'm only against APC useless government and their BMC toads (i don't consider you one coz you're too shallow).

i want nnamdi kanu arrested and locked up so there'll be sanity once more in the southeast. he has infected a lot of jobless youths with his madness; and it is them i feel for, not nnamdi kanu.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:26pm On Sep 13
JohnXcel:
Exactly!

There is a right way to do it!

You wanna have Biafra, no problem!

Let your reps speak for you, let them push for the referendum you so desire!

Simple.

...and what do you call the meeting he had with the SE governors...of which there would have been another one tomorrow...which have now been cancelled because of the siege? You see, you Nigeria unity beggars are too fast, on these things. If you think arresting or even killing Kanu will stop the agitation...then you are sitting on a long thing. Negotiation remains the BEST option!
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by beamtopola: 6:28pm 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
I think with people like yo Nigeria can never move forward. you are not straight forword,. you want to sell your self, best market, I wish you.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:29pm On Sep 13
sarrki:
God Bless Tonyebarcanista and all other patriots

Kanu is a terrorist

Thank you my fellow patriot... Nigeria must move forward

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by JohnXcel: 6:29pm On Sep 13
Stingman:


...and what do you call the meeting he had with the SE governors...of which there would have been another one tomorrow...which have now been cancelled because of the siege? You see, you Nigeria unity beggars are too fast, on these things. If you think arresting or even killing Kanu will stop the agitation...then you are sitting on a long thing. Negotiation remains the BEST option!
I don't have time for arguments!!!
Listen to what she said...
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.
Kapish!
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Lightening: 6:29pm 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

If the Nigeria government will agree to toe the path that will bring justice, that will be very welcome. But from the look of thing, does the government look like they are capable of bringing KANU to justice?

If they could, let their judiciary accelerate the hearing of Kanu's treason charges rather than adjourning the case repeatedly.
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by beamtopola: 6:29pm 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
I think with people like yo Nigeria can never move forward. you are not straight forword,. you want to sell your self, best market, I wish you..
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Throwback: 6:30pm On Sep 13
Stingman:


...and what do you call the meeting he had with the SE governors...of which there would have been another one tomorrow...which have now been cancelled because of the siege? You see, you Nigeria unity beggars are too fast, on these things. If you think arresting or even killing Kanu will stop the agitation...then you are sitting on a long thing. Negotiation remains the BEST option!

It was cancelled because the braggart said he feared for his safety.

So Kanu is a coward afterall.

He should have faced the army yesterday and pass on the message he had for Buhari to the army. He should have sent them on errand to Buhari that he his mad, like he was telling his Igbo almajiri spectators some weeks back

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:32pm 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

I don't subscribe to negotiating with violent group.

Nobody radicalised IPOB Youths, they are already radicalised and the country has no business massaging their ego.

I'm not against your Biafra but against terrorism and ignoble actions

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Edenoscar2(m): 6:32pm On Sep 13
Hmmm
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by senier007(m): 6:33pm On Sep 13
Their hate for Buhari will not allow them to see the monster they are creating, imagine someone like kanu telling governors that he can't honour their meeting cuz he is having another meeting scheduled to take place via Skype from Germany!!!!!! Isn't this an insult to the governors? Well federal might is far more sophisticated than before,

No sane government will fold it hands and allow such criminals to operate freely,

Most of this successionist are controlled and allow to operate under the believe they will always allow the law to take it course not one illiterate displaying his crass ignorance and his people hailing him cuz of the hate they had for pmb

When the jungle mature, remember division 82 is there to stay and deal with any trouble maker

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:33pm On Sep 13
JohnXcel:
I don't have time for arguments!!!
Listen to what she said...

Kapish!

Yes. That's waht I was said...what about the meeting with the governors? Is it not prt of engaging the leaders? Does that make any sense to you?
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Stingman: 6:35pm On Sep 13
Throwback:


It was cancelled because the braggart said he feared for his safety.

So Kanu is a coward afterall.

Illiterate!...The main point of the post is to reiterate the fact, that he is now engaging the leaders in SE as the commenter demanded.
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:35pm On Sep 13
beamtopola:

I think with people like yo Nigeria can never move forward. you are not straight forword,. you want to sell your self, best market, I wish you..
Why? Because we don't tolerate hooliganism?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by sarrki(m): 6:38pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

Thank you my fellow patriot... Nigeria must move forward

Thanks boss
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by prodigy24: 6:40pm On Sep 13
Hajah APDA IS NO LONGER PAYING

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Edenoscar2(m): 6:40pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:
By @TonyeBarcanista
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.

Yes but their military doesnt open fire on them when they're protesting
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by beamtopola: 6:43pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:
Why? Because we don't tolerate hooliganism?
I m not an ipob. I am from Opume community in ogbia LGA in bayelsa. but the way the government is going about this, is not the right way. in a democratic nature, you don't maim your citizens with military. Catalina is a good example, ve you ever heard that the Spanish government ever use military to intimadate the agitators? if you want nnamdi, why not arrest him instead to be killing and beating the unarmed civilian. your buhari is an hypocrite, the same thing you are doing, is the same thing you are calling on un to look at in Myanmar.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:43pm On Sep 13
Edenoscar2:

How does that justify terrorism perpetuated by IPOB on civilians?

You see that IPOB have crossed the red tape

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Edenoscar2(m): 6:46pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

How does that justify terrorism perpetuated by IPOB on civilians?

You see that IPOB have crossed the red tape
how does that justify the war crimes perpetuated by the nigerian military on biafrans
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:48pm On Sep 13
beamtopola:

I m not an ipob. I am from Opume community in ogbia LGA in bayelsa. but the way the government is going about this, is not the right way. in a democratic nature, you don't maim your citizens with military. Catalina is a good example, ve you ever heard that the Spanish government ever use military to intimadate the agitators? if you want nnamdi, why not arrest him instead to be killing and beating the unarmed civilian. your buhari is an hypocrite, the same thing you are doing, is the same thing you are calling on un to look at in Myanmar.
All these you said does not justify the terrorism of IPOB. I am against wanton killing of civilians because I uphold the sanctity of life but protest doesn't mean license to public disturbances by blocking highways and confronting military/police. We all saw a video where Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB reached a military checkpoint, instead of observing laws, they came out in their numbers to the direction of the soldiers In order to intimidate and dare them.

But I admit that rubber bullets be used instead of live bullets on them.
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:48pm On Sep 13
Edenoscar2:

how does that justify the war crimes perpetuated by the nigerian military on biafrans
Do you know what constitute war crime?
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by beamtopola: 6:49pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:
Why? Because we don't tolerate hooliganism?
you have an APC blood in you, the DNA of lying. agitations of ipob violent? guy stop this. God in heaven is watching. their cause is peaceful as far as Nigeria is concern. you have been hearing of thousands of protest in USA ,Germany burning down cars, spreading peppers yet, trump still treat with caution never send the national guards on them, yet people say he is a terrant. if Trump is a terrant, what then will you call buhari? devil right?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by lloydtruth: 6:50pm On Sep 13
Hatred for the igbo nation is making so many people think and reason from their anus, including the OP. Biafra will come and when that happens i'll like to know the stand of all of you that have wished death and destruction to the Igbos. We never invited the Nigerian army, if they are so committed to their duties, let them look the way of boko haram and Fulani herdsmen. South East is peaceful, military invasion is an act of terrorism coated with official badge, unity is not by force.

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:51pm On Sep 13
Lightening:


If the Nigeria government will agree to toe the path that will bring justice, that will be very welcome. But from the look of thing, does the government look like they are capable of bringing KANU to justice?

If they could, let their judiciary accelerate the hearing of Kanu's treason charges rather than adjourning the case repeatedly.
When did the government become judiciary that decide the period of delivering justice? Should they golf arms and watch Kanu continue misbehaving simply because his case is yet to be concluded?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by pauljumbo: 6:52pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

I don't subscribe to negotiating with violent group.

Nobody radicalised IPOB Youths, they are already radicalised and the country has no business massaging their ego.

I'm not against your Biafra but against terrorism and ignoble actions

Please mention one violence from ipob?
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by beamtopola: 6:52pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

All these you said does not justify the terrorism of IPOB. I am against wanton killing of civilians because I uphold the sanctity of life but protest doesn't mean license to public disturbances by blocking highways and confronting military/police. We all saw a video where Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB reached a military checkpoint, instead of observing laws, they came out in their numbers to the direction of the soldiers In order to intimidate and dare them.

But I admit that rubber bullets be used instead of live bullets on them.
with your right sense, do you think the military were suppose to be anywhere in the s s? what then happens to our internal security service? have they finish dealing with boko haram who are render thousand homeless?

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Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:53pm On Sep 13
beamtopola:

you have an APC blood in you, the DNA of lying. agitations of ipob violent? guy stop this. God in heaven is watching. their cause is peaceful as far as Nigeria is concern. you have been hearing of thousands of protest in USA ,Germany burning down cars, spreading peppers yet, trump still treat with caution never send the national guards on them, yet people say he is a terrant. if Trump is a terrant, what then will you call buhari? devil right?
Did they establish their own security outfit?

Did they attack pro Trump guys in their midst?
Re: IPOB, Kanu Should Not Be Taken For Granted, It's Time To Act by Afam4eva(m): 6:55pm On Sep 13
TonyeBarcanista:

All these you said does not justify the terrorism of IPOB. I am against wanton killing of civilians because I uphold the sanctity of life but protest doesn't mean license to public disturbances by blocking highways and confronting military/police. We all saw a video where Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB reached a military checkpoint, instead of observing laws, they came out in their numbers to the direction of the soldiers In order to intimidate and dare them.

But I admit that rubber bullets be used instead of live bullets on them.
I've known you to always speak from both sides of your mouth, so i'm not susprised a your assertion. However, it's pertinent that i correct some false and dangerous half-truths especially as it relates to the supposed confrontation of the military by IPOB members.

All the times that this non physical confrontations have happened, it's the military that took the fight to the IPOB members except there's an occasion that i don't know about where IPOB members marched to military baracks to confront them. The army have always been the ones trying to disrupt the peaceful processions of pro Biafran groups. If you have any information to the contrary, let's have it. When an arm of government does not uphold the law, it cannot expect citizens to uphold the same law.

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