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The Miyetti Allah has urged security agencies to deal with “terrorists killing” Fulani herders in the south-east.
A spokesperson of the herders’ association, Saleh Alhassan, was on Thursday reacting to the killing of one of the commanders of Indigenous People of Biafra gunned down by security operatives last Saturday.
The IPOB men, who were members of the secessionist group’s security arm, the Eastern Security Network, were killed during an early morning raid on their hideout at Awomama village, Oru East Local Government Area of the state last week.
Commenting Al-hassan lauded the security agencies, adding that they should “intensify efforts” in dealing with all terrorist elements in the country.
He said, “The security agencies should intensify efforts in dealing with all those terrorists killing Fulani herders, burning police stations, prisons and destroying institutions in the South-East.”
“So far, over 50 herders have been killed in the South-East in the last one month, we have the record and the Igbo terrorists led by Nnamdi Kanu will pay for everybody they killed.
“It is unfortunate that they have forgotten history, how we saved a lot of Igbos in the North during the Civil War but now they are killing our people. They are making a grievous mistake. We will take necessary steps, both legal and cultural steps, to avenge the killings of our members.”