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IPOB: Uzodinma Is Welcoming Fulanis To Imo To Gasoline His 2023 Vice Presidential Ambition – Nnamdi Kanu

The chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has accused Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State of opening the state’s border for Fulani herdsmen to troop in only for political achieve.

The IPOB chief alleged that the governor is systematically understanding his means for the location of Vice President in 2023.

Kanu made the submission whilst lamenting over Fulani settlements in Imo and Abia States, Naija Information understands. He insisted that governor Uzodinma used to be understanding to ascertain “Fulani sport plan” within the state so that you can safe the location of a Vice President in coming election.

Consistent with him in a up to date observation he in my opinion signed, IPOB is the closing line of defence in opposition to Fulani conquest of the Southeast.

“This had all the time been a Fulani sport plan. Once they mentioned it in 2018, we concept it used to be a comic story however nowadays it has grow to be a nightmarish fact for our other people in Benue State,” Kanu’s observation reads.

It added, “Hope Uzodinma, the Fulani Splendid Court docket Governor of Imo State is operating very laborious to show Imo State into every other Benue State in go back for an empty promise of Vice President in 2023.

“Abia State Governor, Leader Okezie Ikpazu now boasts of the 2 greatest unlawful Fulani settlements out of doors Arewa core north. We IPOB are the closing defensive position between them and general Fulani conquest. We aren’t like Hausa peasants that betrayed their long run generations through permitting themselves to be overrun through Fulani vandals.”

In the meantime, a Nigerian construction economist and Presidential candidate within the 2019 basic election underneath the African Democratic Congress, ADC, Obadiah Mailafia has said that Nigeria won’t ever go back to form till the Northerners bow down to invite the Ndigbos forgiveness.


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