Following their continual agitations for secession, it has been reported that the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has announced a ban on Fulani cows in the South-East region with effect from April.
This was reportedly stated in a statement on Tuesday by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Mr Emma Powerful, adding that those in the animal husbandry business in the region to switch over to the native cow without delay.
The group also stated that henceforth, reciting of the Nigeria National Anthem in schools in the region would be stopped.
According to the statement, “We want every school to start reading the Biafra anthem and soon every school is going to receive copies of the Biafra national anthem, because Biafra is coming and nothing will stop it.”
It noted that, “Our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, must be released. Nigeria cannot be releasing bandits and terrorists, but keep freedom seekers behind bars perpetually; it’s an error.”
It maintained that, “We are also warning traitors to stay off our territory, because it won’t be easy for them this time because 2022 will be a hunt down year for them.”