Civil war looms as IGBO group vows to attack NIGERIA over KANU's continued detention

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 ALL  appears to attack Nigeria over the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

The Igbo group under the auspices of Biafra National Guard, BNG, has given the Nigerian government one-month ultimatum or face devastating offensive.

This warning was contained in a statement signed by the group’s Public Relations Officer, Ruben Okoro using its militant wing code-named “Operation Python Cry” as a parody of the Operation Python Dance launched by the Nigerian Army last year.

.According to him, “Let’s forget our leadership tussles; rather, let’s go like our fathers by casting lots and inquiring to find out from our gods who our fearless David is who holds our Offor Biafra, that is Biafra’s symbol of authority.


“This will help us confront and wage this war against our today’s Goliath and Pharaoh.

“Our Biafran fathers fought only a war of self-defence from 1967-1970, but we Biafran youths will fight both offensive and defensive war to make the entire Biafraland safe.

“We now launch Operation Python Cry and hereby urge the Federal Government to release Kanu, Orji, Onwuka and other Biafra freedom fighters in jail.

“This must be done as quickly as possible on or before January ending, or else, all the pythons that are now dancing, will turn around and cry.

“To guard, defend and protect Biafraland and its territorial integrity is a task that must be done.”
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  1. the event of 1967-1970 was not war but mere continuation of massacre of Biafrans. This massacre started in the northern Nigeria and while Biafrans were running to safety of their motherland they were massacred as well. Biafrans kept defending for their lives. Lagos was busy and life as usual throughout these massacre called war. WAR IS WEAPONS FOR WEAPONS, ACCESS FOR ACCESS, LOOK AROUND THE WORLD AND SEE WHAT WAR IS AND PRAY NOT TO SEE THAT IN NIGERIA.

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