Leave Northern Nigeria Now – Biafra Group Warns South-east, South-south

By John Owen Nwachukwu 
18th July 2019

The Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, has called on the people of the South-east and South-south to immediately leave the North, following calls by Northern Elders Forum, NEF, and Coalition of Northern Groups, CNG for Fulani people to leave the South.

In a statement signed and issued to DAILY POST by the Chief Press Secretary of BNYL, Comrade Kufre Obot, the group appealed to the people of South-east and South-south to return home or risk being killed after the 30th July ultimantum by CNG.

BNYL claimed that it was because of its threats to retaliate any unfortunate incident against people of the old Eastern region that prompted the call for Fulani to leave the south by the northern elders and CNG.

“We met at a closed door today after reading the statement from northern elders and their CNGs, we resolve to equally call on the Igbo, Efik-Ibibio, Ejagham, Ogoni, Uhrobo, Ijaw and other tribes from the South south to return home before the 30th ultimatum only if their life is more precious to them than their Business, they should return and at least observe if the ultimatum is a joke or not before concluding,” the statement added.

BNYL however vowed not to tolerate the killing of any Easterner in the North even as it stated that the call for Fulani to leave the south was a signal.

“It is a signal and we are ready to face it in whatever ways they want,” the group said.

Source: Daily Post



Leave Northern Nigeria Now – Biafra Group Warns South-east, South-south

War it is

IPOB Deputy Leader, Mazi Uche Mefor Calls For Biafrans Living In Northern Nigeria To Return Home To Biafra Land

Deputy Leader Of IPOB Mazi Uche Mefor

"While  these Fulani, Janjaweed terrorists are recalled  back home by their so-called elders, we do not think that it is over yet,  we equally call on our people  in the North to come back home. This direct warning must not be lost on the so-called  "Apostles of One-Nigerian project from Biafraland, those Igbo Efulefus investing in  the North, and those who are still hallucinating and calling themselves Igbos of Northern Nigeria", you must  come back home or perish. 

If you do not want to willingly come home when you are alive, you shall inevitably and eventually do when you are dead. No matter how hard you try to confuse yourselves and warm yourselves into the hearts of these Northern savages, you remain to them a stranger and an infidel that must be slaughtered anytime unless you remove yourself from this avoidable  impending calamity.

IPOB insists and further warns that you must not let the ugly experience of the 1960's caught up with you and repeat itself again!"





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