N'Army panics before Int. Community, denies killing Biafra agitators, accuses IPOB/MASSOB of killing Hausas in S'East

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PostBiafranspalace on Thu Nov 24, 2016 9:40 am



THE Nigerian Army on Wednesday has denied killing or torturing members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB) and Movement of the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra but instead accused the two pro-Biafra groups before the international community of killing settlers from other parts of the country in the southeast.
It further accused Amnesty International of “dabbling into our national security in manners that obliterate objectivity, fairness and simple logic.”
While refuting the claim the Army, in a statement by its spokesman, Col. Sani Usman, said: “This is an outright attempt to tarnish the reputation of the security forces in general and the Nigerian Army in particular, for whatever inexplicable parochial reasons.”
According to Usman: “The evidence of MASSOB/IPOB’s violent secessionist agitation is widely known across the national and international domains. Their modus operandi has continued to relish violence that threatens national security. Indeed between August 2015 and August 2016, the groups’ violent protests have manifested unimaginable atrocities to unhinge the reign of peace, security, and stability in several parts of the South East Nigeria.
“A number of persons from the settler communities that hailed from other parts of the country particularly from the north were selected for attack, killed and burnt.
” Such reign of hate, terror and ethno-religious controversies that portends grave consequences for national security have been averted severally through the responsiveness of the Nigerian Army and members of the security agencies.”

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