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See What Nnamdi Kanu Said After FG Asked Ohaneze Ndigbo And Afenifere To Respect Miyetti Allah

Recall that one of the troubling issue of insecurity in almost ever part of Nigeria today is the land and grazing saga between the Fulani Herdsmen and some Nigerian states. The Ohaneze Mdigbo social cultural group and Afenifere of the West has refused to accept the activities of herdsmen (Miyetti Allah) into their lands.

Nnamdi Kanu has also refused to be quite over the order from the presidency to Ohaneze Ndigbo and Afenifere, telling them to respect the Miyetti Allah. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu while reacting to the admonition of the presidency to the Easterners and Westerners to respect Miyetti Allah, said that it is a pure proof that they don’t have any country anymore to receive such order from the presidency.

It’s on the light of this misunderstandings between some Nigerian communities that the president asked Ohaneze Ndigbo and Afenifere to respect the Miyetti Allah and take their minds off every atom of fear over the herdsmen. The president asked Ohaneze Ndigbo and Afenifere to stop their misconceived notions about the herdsmen and stop treating or seeing them as terrorists and peacefully receive them.

However, the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has taken to his Twitter handle to counter the announcement from presidency and call for a careful look over the mayhem that has been brought to the nation by the activities of the group.

In his tweet he stated, “You should’ve known that you don’t have a country anymore when the presidency ordered you to RESPECT Miyetti Allah – the open sponsors of the 4th deadliest terrorist group in the world. #RevolutionNow!”

He debunked the idea as he humbly stated that the group has never left anywhere unharmed during any of its clashes with farmers.

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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