BIAFRA In spite of the looming massacre and poor electricity supply indulged by Hausa/Fulani Herdsmen and some cabals that surrounds corridor of power since Mr. Buhari/APC-led administration, the inspector general of police Solomon Arase has ordered his agents (all assistant inspector generals across the country) to arrest any individual (both buyers and sellers of petrol) seen with jerrican in purchase petrol.
As part of lifting hardship in the country, I wonder what people that consume with private generators as the alternative to poor light will do. Even the black marketers are unemployed youths. If the youths are denied every bit opportunity to survive with creating one, how will they sustain? Your guess is as good as mine (whether robbery or kidnapping). Barely two weeks now, the Hausa/Fulani herdsmen have sieged war against the eastern region of Nigeria precisely in Enugu State. Despite all, the federal government has adamantly kept silent over it. No one has ever been arrested and no related order to arrest them curb the killing rather they chose to arrest poor and impoverished Nigerians who only resort to small Generator as the alternative to power to be arrested. A statement signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olabisi Kolawole quoted the IGP saying that: “Apart from the hardship this act is causing to fuel buyers; it has also rendered some innocent and law abiding citizens homeless due to fire outbreak from jerry-can petrol storage. He noted that fuel products such as petrol are highly flammable and if not stored and handled properly, can seriously endanger people, property, and the environment. While warning fuel attendants at filling stations to desist from selling petrol inside the jerry-can/plastic container, the Inspector-General of Police said both the buyers and the sellers of the products will be arrested and prosecuted under the law.
The IGP, while assuring Nigerians of the Police readiness to fulfill its constitutional mandate, appealed for a more cordial relationship". Fellow Biafrans, let's rise now and force this past out of our communities now that it is early than late. Expecting federal government or Fulani/Hausa president Mr. Buhari to arrest killings will be unfavorable. An adage says "he who is despised does not despise itself." We are not Nigerians but Biafrans, Nigeria is killing us by trick. By Prince Richmond C. Amadi
Editor Udeagha Obasi