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Monday, February 10, 2020

Burial: 'You're An Unknown Fulani Servant In Police Uniform' - IPOB Replies Abia Police Commissioner

Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra have fired a combination of shots at the Abia state police commissioner.
IPOB replies Abia police commissioner
IPOB replies Abia police commissioner
 
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has reacted to threats from Abia Police Commissioner, Ene Okon who said that the funeral of the parents of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) will not hold if members of the group attend the event.
 
Recall that Ene Okon had told The Sun that the burial of Eze Kanu and his wife, king and queen of Afaraukwu, will not take place with the presence of IPOB members.
 
He stated that the police would react if an IPOB flag, insignia or any form of identification is seen at the burial ceremony scheduled for February 14. 
 
Oko was quoted saying; 
 
“I have already reached out to the traditional prime minister of Afaraukwu (Nnamdi Kanu’s community) and told him that if they want the burial to go smoothly and for police to give them security, they should tell IPOB not to near the area not to talk of participating in the burial,” he said.

“If they fail to adhere to what we’ve told them, that means they do not want the burial to go on smoothly because we are going to scatter the place. IPOB is proscribed by the federal government. I, as the commissioner of police in Abia cannot sit here and allow any proscribed group to operate anywhere in this state.

“I am saying this again for emphasis that there is no way police will allow a proscribed group to participate in the burial of the king and queen of Afaraukwu simply because they are the parents of their acclaimed leader, we will not allow that and we cannot take anything for granted in the face of abundant intelligence on threat by IPOB.”

However reacting to the statement credited to the police commissioner, IPOB warned against using the name of its leader to curry favor from the federal government.
 
In a statement released on Monday February 10 by the proscribed group's Media and Publicity Secretary Emma Powerful, Ene Okon was accused of pushing for a chaotic scene at Nnamdi Kanu's parents' burial so he will be rewarded with the rank of AIG. The Police boss was also described as an "unknown Fulani boy-boy and servant in police uniform in Umuahia.”

They reiterated their leader's threat of hunting down and killing family members and children of the Abia Police Comissioner, if any shot is fired at the burial ceremony. 
 
The statement reads;  
 
“It is now crystal clear to the general public that this caliphate servant in Nigeria Police uniform named CP Okon supposedly in charge of Abia Police Command in Umuahia Abia state wants to use the name of our most reverred leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and indomitable IPOB worldwide to be noticed as the Fulani slave of the month.

“Last month it was Hope Uzodinma in Imo State, this month it is the turn of Abia in the person of this Mr Okon. He is given to making these irrelevant statements in order to advance his unremarkable career as the obedient servant of the caliphate the same way other equally misguided slaves in his position did before him.
“He and his masters in Arewa arid lands of the north  should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves for threatening people attending a funeral service.

“Such despicable and downright condemnable utterance can only obtain in Biafraland where socio-cultural and political leadership are in the hands of unrepentant traitors.

“Will a commissioner of police make such a ridiculous statement in the Sharia north? Not even during the burial ceremony of countless murderous Fulani terrorists in the north did any police commissioner find it worthy to warn mourners not to attend a funeral service.

“In the sad history of Nigeria, never has there been an edict or warning issued against those mourning the passing of loved ones only now in Abia State. CP Okon is expecting his slave masters to reward him the rank of AIG after the burial of our leader’s parents which we can assure him he will never get.

“As our leader expressly pronounced during his radio address on Saturday 8 February 2020, should any shot be fired in and around Afaraukwu on Friday 14 February 2020, the family and children of CP Okon will be hunted down and killed.

“If Buratai is involved through his cowardly army that ran away from Boko Haram in the north with their tails between their legs, is found culpable his children will also pay the price anywhere they are in the world. We say enough is enough!

“Before this Okon came, there were other loud mouthed southern police commissioners in Abia that sought to impress their Alimajiri masters by making unedifying and unguarded utterances against our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and the indomitable IPOB family.

“The same way they sunk into oblivion is exactly the same way this talkertative imp will be quickly consigned to the scrapheap of used and discarded unthinking caliphate servants from the south. He is not the first and neither will he be the last. We wonder why these slaves to the Fulani people and their Caliphate in Sokoto reason negatively always.

“IPOB is not in the business of responding to incompetent lowly ranked officers of a failed, shameless, uncivilised and discredited colonial disgrace like Nigeria.

“IPOB is an international movement currently engaged in international diplomacy to drive home the need to put the long suffering ethnic nationalities the British herded together into their failed experiment in Nigeria out of the primitive stranglehold of the eternally backward Arewa core north.

“These inconsequential and roundly incompetent local police and military operatives blabbing away from a poorly maintained office in a delapidated building in Umuahia and Ohafia  are not worthy of an intelligent response from the great IPOB. We shall as always peacefully attend the burial of His Royal Majesty and his wife and should Nigerian army and police attempt to breach the peace, the world will bear us witness.

“However it is important we inform the Fulani masters of this Okon and those parading themselves as military officers in Afaraukwu Umuahia to beware because they cannot stop IPOB from coming to the burial of our leader’s parents on 14th of February, next week Friday. Biafra is resonating all over the world today especially thanks to our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB family worldwide.

“All the years of threats and brutal crackdowns on IPOB have all resulted in making IPOB more defiant, determined and ruthless in our pursuit of the noble goal of Biafra liberation. The recent statement in the Sun newspaper of the 8th of February 2020 attributed to this CP Okon is something he will come to regret in time to come.

“If the military might of the Alimajiri Nigerian north, grand conspiracy of the judiciary and mind-numbing treachery of Igbo governors and Ohaneze Ndigbo could not stop IPOB, how much less an unknown Fulani boy-boy and servant in police uniform in Umuahia.”

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