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HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by owobokiri(m): 5:56am On Apr 06
Imo prison attack: IPOB may not be responsible – HURIWA suggests

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has said members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, may not be responsible for the attacks on the police headquarters in Owerri, the Imo State capital.

The rights group has alleged that some persons working with the Federal Government may be behind the attacks.


Some yet-to-be-identified gunmen had also broken into the Correctional Centre in the city, freeing hundreds of inmates.

The gunmen who operated from 1 am to 3 am, freed suspects in almost all the cells at the State Criminal Investigation Department of the command.

However, HURIWA claims some officials out to destabilize the Southeast are responsible for the attacks.

The group said this in a statement sent to DAILY POST by its National Coordinator.

The statement reads partly: “We think that there is nobody with his or her senses intact who is from the South East of Nigeria that is happy that the peace they have enjoyed for a long while is about to be destroyed.

The cheap imagination that the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) may be responsible for these attacks, may not exactly be the true representation of the facts behind all of this sponsored violence in the South East of Nigeria.

We think there is a plot by some persons working and embedded in government in Abuja who wants to instigate unrests in the usually quiet and peaceful Igboland to deny the region of the opportunity of making a strong case to produce the President of Nigeria of a South-East extraction in the 2023 Presidential elections.”

https://dailypost.ng/2021/04/05/imo-prison-attack-ipob-may-not-be-responsible-huriwa-suggests/

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by houseontherock: 6:00am On Apr 06
Anything is possible in Nigeria

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by owobokiri(m): 6:03am On Apr 06
The way the attacks are coordinated. The way the security agents are easily overwhelmed, the way the IGP immediately rushed to conclude it's IPOB, the way endless online posters and strategic media houses jumped out of their skins to blame IPOB one after the other... These all looks like a false flag operation! Call a dog a bad name in order to hang it..

It's the same way they created "The Avengers" and used them to play the role of Niger Delta militants for few months and then pretended they have reached agreements with the Niger Deltans.. Looting their resources nonstop since then..Same way they created a kidnapping epidemic in the SE under Obasanjo and used that as a destabilizing effort in the middle of the MASSOB crises. Typical false flags operations.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by donbachi(m): 6:07am On Apr 06
True..some faceless enemies of peace.are the ones carrying out these killings,making it look like ipob did them.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Esseite: 6:08am On Apr 06
It's actually amazing that "alleged seccessionists" attacked POLICE HQ for 3 hours in the most secured area of a city without re-inforcements, releasing over 1500 inmate and strolling out majestically in the dead of the night when everyone on the streets can be assumed a criminal.. yet not a single casualty and armoury safe?..

Haba.. the whole drama is too easy, when is part 2 coming out?

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by History555: 6:12am On Apr 06
According to the ig of police, hundreds of gunmen engaged police officers for hours, yet nobody died. No body injured. How is that possible. Not even the police and mopol manning the checkpoints.
Secondly how do gunmen overrun the police hq, prison which is on the same street as govt house and for 3hours reinforcements from the military barracks was not called in. Three whole hours. Even the dss officers did not intervene. I repeat hope uzodinma planned the whole affair. Hope is the unknown gun men leader.
According to police the men sang victory songs at govt round about for 30mins b4 storming the hq and guess what no reinforcements came forth

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Anigreat: 6:14am On Apr 06
shocked






Isn't it obvious that Ipob are not the ones responsible for the so called attack. Anything to drag the name of Ipob in mud is gladly welcome by northern terrorist apologists.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Kwem(m): 6:14am On Apr 06
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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Skyfornia(m): 6:21am On Apr 06
Federal government will fail...their propaganda will not work.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by tysontim(m): 6:22am On Apr 06
This could be true

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Fooolishbuharri: 6:24am On Apr 06
Exactly what some of us have been saying! This is giving a dog a bad name so as to hang it

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by dignity33: 6:25am On Apr 06
why will Nigeria not asked a simple question but will be pointing finger at ESN. How can a State Police HQ attacked No single resistance encounter by so called Unknown Gunmen, Not even any single bullet wound from either police or Gunmen and yet one will say is not staged. This police HQ Is just adjacent to Government house. The unknown Gunmen not only attacked Police Hq but went to correctional service and freed 2000 inmate still no any service men or Gunmen sustained injury. Where was the policemen on duties, has any of them being arrested because in a sane society those policemen on duties will be answering questions on what happened. police commissioner should have tendered his resignation by now. If IPOB was involved the whole Armory would have being looted.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by MASTAkiLLAh(m): 6:34am On Apr 06
If it was IPOB, the military would have been drafted in already, harrassing and killing innocent citizens. This matter is still dangerous all the same, something sinister is being planned for the SE. IPOB has to be seen by the world as a terrorist organisation with EVIDENCE so as to justify a military invasion of the region. Nnamdi Kanu is a braggart by nature, trust me, if his boys were responsible for this, he would have boasted about it gleefully. Something is wrong with all these "unknown gunmen" story cool

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by StaffofOrayan(m): 6:39am On Apr 06
The south has useless leaders,
But Igbo leaders are some of the most useless people in Nigeria!

It's clear Igbos are being set up for a fall, and as usual their leaders would hold the gate open for them to be massacred, as per normal,

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by ubaobi: 6:41am On Apr 06
Still observing, but I seriously hope this is not a false flag operation.
On 31/08/1939 there was a false flag attack on a German radio station 'Sender Gleiwitz' based in poland.the attack was planned by Nazi Germany as an excuse to justify the invasion of Poland, The attackers posed as Polish nationals and even wore polish army uniforms. The next morning Germany invaded Poland and thus the second world war started.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Tranquillity360: 6:41am On Apr 06
fulani government is likely responsible for that attack,after killing more than 25 people in Ebonyi State by fulanis they now want to divert attention.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by NiggaAreaBDamnd: 6:50am On Apr 06
Only people without brain think IPOB will be there for 2 hours chanting and shooting without soldiers coming to confront them. Who are they deceiving? This is the work of the government, they want to discredit IPOB/ESN in order to make them unpopular and pave way for Fulani to come in and take over Igbo land. We all know their plans and they will fail. May God continue to protect ESN and strengthen them to protect our ancestral lands .

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by RuddyFusion(m): 6:57am On Apr 06
Exactly.....the Fulani government knows what they are doing.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Monogamy: 6:58am On Apr 06
Whoever that might be behind the unnecessary killings of security officers should better think twice before bringing war to their domain

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by dochenaj: 6:59am On Apr 06
This whole thing sounds too fishy.

I am leaning towards this being a staged invasion.

Hopefully, we can have some investigative journalism get to the root of it.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Demurkelly: 7:00am On Apr 06
No matter anything , anyi choro udo biko. One Nigeria emekwala anyi ihe o. Mana ka udo chi wa. Anyi enwelu ike iga agha kits. Anyi choolu ikpata ego na ubochi atoghi ochi

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by tommy589(m): 7:21am On Apr 06
Is dancing and chanting the first thing to do when you want to go and cause mayhem? That is enough to alert everyone you are around
Thank God Huriwa sees it differently.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by BigSarah(f): 7:33am On Apr 06
To me I believe some forces want to unleash evil in Imo state and neighboring states, be vigilant imolites ... the Hq should release cctv footage of the Invasion and escape, I believe a whole state hq should have cctv backed up to cloud even if the cameras where destroyed during the invasion

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Asgard13: 7:34am On Apr 06
Trust Yoruba people...

They’ve been online celebrating their imaginary war in igboland
Even when it’s obvious to the blind that it was stage ..
Some people brain sha Dey their anus..how they think out of hatred is nauseating..

We know their agenda.. but they’ve failed already before the start.
IMO is the fun capital of east.. and no matter how they think am do am act am... Owerri will always remain ala ngwori... they can’t stop the fun.

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by OOzz: 7:38am On Apr 06
StaffofOrayan:
The south has useless leaders,
But Igbo leaders are some of the most useless people in Nigeria!

It's clear Igbos are being set up for a fall, and as usual their leaders would hold the gate open for them to be massacred, as per normal,


the way ur mothers were massacred into Benin Rep. IDP Camp by FULANI Herdsmen abi?

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by owobokiri(m): 7:44am On Apr 06
StaffofOrayan:
The south has useless leaders,
But Igbo leaders are some of the most useless people in Nigeria!

It's clear Igbos are being set up for a fall, and as usual their leaders would hold the gate open for them to be massacred, as per normal,


The question is:
Who are the so-called igbo leaders?
Who made them igbo leaders? Where, when and how?
We need to have a clear head when talking about these issues..
Babangida made Orji Kalu, Obasanjo made the Ubas, ditto Emeka Offor and co..
Rochas? Arthur Eze? They have consistently told you who made them what they are...., And their loyalties are all over the place as a result..

Essentially, Abuja created all sorts of pro Nigeria fake igbo leaders to dominate politics in the east.. Folks who most probably would have been nothing without their "foreign" benefactors..
You are not going to expect those types to defend the so called igbo interests up to the point of antogonizing their benefactors.. It's that simple..
Used to think this is so easy to decode...

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by OOzz: 7:44am On Apr 06
StaffofOrayan:


The massacre would happen in our presence

ok
Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Frontail: 7:48am On Apr 06
grin.... I dey eat now. But I go comment later grin

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by Jamesbally: 7:49am On Apr 06
owobokiri:
Imo prison attack: IPOB may not be responsible – HURIWA suggests

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has said members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, may not be responsible for the attacks on the police headquarters in Owerri, the Imo State capital.

The rights group has alleged that some persons working with the Federal Government may be behind the attacks.


Some yet-to-be-identified gunmen had also broken into the Correctional Centre in the city, freeing hundreds of inmates.

The gunmen who operated from 1 am to 3 am, freed suspects in almost all the cells at the State Criminal Investigation Department of the command.

However, HURIWA claims some officials out to destabilize the Southeast are responsible for the attacks.

The group said this in a statement sent to DAILY POST by its National Coordinator.

The statement reads partly: “We think that there is nobody with his or her senses intact who is from the South East of Nigeria that is happy that the peace they have enjoyed for a long while is about to be destroyed.

The cheap imagination that the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) may be responsible for these attacks, may not exactly be the true representation of the facts behind all of this sponsored violence in the South East of Nigeria.

We think there is a plot by some persons working and embedded in government in Abuja who wants to instigate unrests in the usually quiet and peaceful Igboland to deny the region of the opportunity of making a strong case to produce the President of Nigeria of a South-East extraction in the 2023 Presidential elections.”

LINK:

https://dailypost.ng/2021/04/05/imo-prison-attack-ipob-may-not-be-responsible-huriwa-suggests/

Cc
Lalasticlala

Trash.
IPOB TERRORIST, Nnamdi Kanu and ESN are responsible for this attack. I urge them to continue till their followers get sense later. grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: HURIWA: IPOB May Not Be Responsible For Imo Attacks by AmuAwusa: 7:49am On Apr 06
^^^
Aboki very easy to spot.

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