Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has dismissed insinuations in certain quarters that it’s recruiting people into Biafra police, soldier and other military outfits in a bid to actualise the restoration of its mandate.
In a statement by its spokesperson, Emma Powerful, the group said some individuals lure people into a parody IPOB group with claims of recruitment.
The statement reads, “We must sound a note of warning that IPOB is not undertaking any recruitment of any sort because it come to our knowledge that some unscrupulous individuals are recruiting Biafra soldiers, police and other security outfits in the name of IPOB.
“IPOB has no hand in such recruitment.
“Freedom fighting throughout history has never been a child’s play or a game of stunts, if one is not mentally and spiritually strong or has the toughness to stay the course that person is advised to stay away.”
Powerful also noted that the group will continue to hit the “nail on head until the contraption called Nigeria” ceases to exist as created by the British.
“IPOB is determined to restore Biafra to end the unnecessary suffering of this generation and those unborn from the hands of Hausa Fulani terror and Islamic fundamentalism.
“We want a nation of free people where our people will be unshackled from the chains of slavery.
“We IPOB wish to clarify yet again that there will be no talk, dialogue or negotiation for the modalities leading to a separate homeland for the people of Biafra until our leader prophet Nnamdi Kanu and other members detained illegally are released unconditionally as two courts of competent jurisdiction have ruled in Abuja,” the statement added. NAN.

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