The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Monday, accused the Nigerian Army of ethnic cleansing in Nko, Obubara area of Cross River State.
In a statement by its spokesman, Emma Powerful, IPOB alleged that the Fulanis are using the Nigerian Military to advance Jihad around the country as he warned that the genocide and ethnic cleansing in Nko area of Obubara must stop.
According to Powerful: “We,the global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu totally condemn the recent attacks and killings of Biafrans in Nko Obubara Cross Rivers State. In what can be described as state-sponsored genocide, the Nigerian ethnic bias Military mapped out some communities where the interest of the Fulanis lie for the extermination of the indigenes and residents. They use the Nigerian Military to advance their Fulani jihadist agenda.
The Eastern Region (South East, South-South) in the expired country Nigeria is no longer safe since Fulani terrorists in uniforms can single out perceived enemy’s territories that must be occupied and whose indigenes lives must be destroyed strategically for Fulanis who are imported from Futa Jalon to come and occupy.
Having murdered the innocent and helpless Nko Obubara community in cold blood, the Army Chief of Staff went on Arise Television to defend the trigger-happy soldiers whose only perfect project and achievements are exterminations of unarmed indigenous people from Biafra land.
IPOB is raising the alarm over these constant killings going on in Biafra territories of South-East and South-South. The International Community must not turn a blind eye to these continuous State-sponsored killings of Biafrans in their homes because Biafrans will change in an unimaginable way that will affect the whole world. We call on Human Rights Watch, United Nations Human Rights Council, United Nations human rights commission to quickly intervene into this ethnic depopulation agenda and all the arms of Human and People’s Rights to break their silence over the ongoing silent genocide in our land.
The indigenes and the eyewitnesses from the affected communities who have lost their loved ones to the hands of murderous Nigeria terrorist Army are the only ones who truthfully can give an account of the incidence not Army professional disinformation propaganda machinery.