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We’ll resist cattle colonies in South-East–MASSOB/BIM



We’ll resist cattle colonies in South-East–MASSOB/BIM

Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Biafra Independent Movement(BIM), Ebonyi South zone, yesterday said it would not tolerate activities and operations of any killer Fulani herdsmen within the South-East geopolitical zone of the country.
In a statement issued in Abakaliki, leader of the group in Ebonyi South zone, Sunday Ezaka who condemned incessant killings of people across the country by Fulani herdsmen, warned that there was no land for cattle colonies within the zone as cattle herding had remained a private business and not a national enterprise.
It reads: “MASSOB BIM will not tolerate or accommodate killer Fulani herdsmen within the South-East zone. The wanton killing and destruction of property by this group have emphasized the need for Biafra. The country is presently witnessing the killing of innocent Nigerians and the Buhari-led administration is busy using propaganda to deceive Nigerians.
“We want to warn that any South-East governor that accommodates them, or give our land for cattle colonies to them will face the wrath of MASSOB BIM. The president has been insensitive to the plight of non-Fulani in this country. This is not what a country should look like. We are indeed disappointed and embarrassed at the present administration’s system of governance.
“The Ebonyi south zone of MASSOB BIM under the leadership of Sunday Ezaka stands to challenge and counter the Umuahia, Ohanaeze youth council leader, Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro for telling our leader, Chief Raphael Uwazurike, the founder of the Actualization of sovereign state of Biafra to vacate his father’s land for no reason.”

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