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Tuesday 6 April 2021

Imo prisonbreak: IPOB remains most peaceful freedom movement, violence-free


By Chijindu Benjamin Ukah |The Biafra Times

April 6, 2021

To the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mohammed Adamu; "words of mouth," they say "is free," but I can tell you, "not all talks are free".

Accusing IPOB of attacking Imo state prison, without corroborate grounds, has shown your level of ineptitude, and lack of cognitive operations to be the Inspector General of a federation. More so, it has shown how much you despise the IPOB. 

IGP Mohammed Adamu, can you prove beyond reasonable doubt, in a court of competent jurisdiction that IPOB attacked Imo prison?

It is obvious your sense of reasoning has been shaded by courtesy of "Fulani jihadism" conquest mission and you accuse IPOB for a every single act of stoppage from achieving your devilish mission in Biafra land.

It must be registered into your Fulani brain that IPOB remains the most peaceful freedom fighting outfit in the world. Everybody knows that (ESN) Eastern Security Network is only fighting the terrorists in the eastern bushes and farmland, who are raping our mothers, sisters, destroying our farm crops with their herds of cattle, and taking over our God-given land with AK47 rifles.

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It is not unclear that the so-called unknown gunmen are yet "unknown" to all and sundry. However, it is your duty as the IGP to find out whom they actually are, and possibly meet with them, the way the bandits' "spokesperson," Sheik Gunmi did with the dreadful Fulani herders. Possibility exists that same bandits seeking amnesty are behind the serial attacks upon security agencies in the East; not excluding the recent Imo prisonbreak.

IGP, Mohammed Adamu, you must be mindful of the utterances you make against the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB; a movement of over 70 million people, and located in over 100 countries of the world. They are the 'most peaceful' freedom movement in Africa; even beyond.

The Biafra Times

Edited by: Chikwas Onu Ikpe

Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah

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