Ijaw Youths Describe Proscription Of IPOB By S-East Govs As Cowardice

By Gabriel Enogholase

BENIN—IJAW Youth Council, IYC, has condemned the recent proscription of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, by the South-East states’ governors, describing their action as unjustifiable.

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It faulted the declaration of IPOB as a terrorist organisation by the military, saying it was “unconstitutional as it is targeted to silence right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association” when “herdsmen that have massacred thousands of unarmed Nigerians across the country have not been declared terrorists.”


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    Kelechi Okehie1 month agoReply

    It is disheartening, to say the least.

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    love Owhor1 month agoReply

    Good update

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    Chizoba Ikegbunam1 month agoReply

    thanks for the info

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    Nnakwu Prince1 month agoReply

    The are right. if IPOB is a declared a terrorist group, those herdsmen are equally terrorist

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    Joseph Obasi1 month agoReply

    They do not want to annoy their pay masters, they are the most coward set of people known

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    christian nwafor1 month agoReply

    My SE govs surprise me by their declaration thou i dont support there result to vi

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    olasanoye samuel1 month agoReply

    That is what they would say because they are still in power and have pledged allegiance to Nigeria. so, it will be a little difficult for them to support IPOB.

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    Abdulsalami Abdullahi1 month agoReply

    Tnks for the info

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    Uzoije Ezenwoko Wisdom1 month agoReply


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    Blessing Olayiwola1 month agoReply

    herdsmen are not raising another flag in Nigeria

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