IPOB chides Arase over comments on Biafra agitators


Leadership of pro-Biafra group, Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has come down hard on Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, for making what they consider an ‘unfounded statement’ that Biafra agitators were armed on the day of their last anniversary.
IPOB alarmed that Arase alleged that the pro-Biafra groups were armed during commemoration of the Biafra Day on May 30 and should be disarmed, but reacting to IGP’s directive, IPOB’s spokespersons, Barr. Emma Mmezu and Dr. Clifford Iroanya, stated that Arase is suffering from dotage because he was at the verge of retiring from service and may have lost touch with realities.
They wondered how Arase who is highly educated, would not know the difference between ‘Independent and Indigenous,’ as he alleged in his order statement to his men to clamp down on the Biafra agitators.
In flooring the IGP for the clampdown order, the group pointed out that Arase would face the International Criminal Court in Hague to answer for his crimes while in office.
“It is appalling that someone with this level of education cannot differentiate between “Indigenous“ and “Independent“ or can he attribute this stupid error to the printer’s devil? It is laughable that this retiring “quota system-based“ IGP is alleging that IPOB members were armed and that we undertook premeditated attacks on Police Officers. I hope Mr. Solomon Arase is aware that there is a case of genocide already hanging on his head at the International Criminal Court, ICC, in the Hague—Netherlands and it will worsen his case with this spewing of lies against IPOB.
“How can the Police disarm people who are not armed in the first place? By the way, did the police disarm Buhari’s killer squads who go by the name Fulani Herdsmen?
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Source:: Nigerian Pilot