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IPOB and Oduduwa group form new alliance

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has formed an alliance with the Oduduwa Volunteer Force, OVF.

The alliance, according to the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, carried out a joint training session of personnel.

Powerful, in a statement, said the command was formed to protect the Southeast and Southwest from marauding killer herders.

The statement reads: “Biafra and Oduduwa Volunteer Force for the liberation of Southern Nigeria.

“This is to put the Nigeria Government and her security agencies in Nigeria on notice that Biafra and Oduduwa has further strengthened their bond as one people, following the joint training of personnel from both sides.

“These joint volunteer forces will secure the territories of Southern Nigeria against ‘foreign Fulanis terrorists and any unwarranted aggression from any external force.”

The alliance also called for the demilitarization of the Southern part of the country because “we are now ready to defend our territories against aggression.”

“Today we have trained together, dined together and drank together. Should duty call for it, we shall die together in defense of the entire South. We shall defend our land together, this is historic day for both nations.”

Meanwhile, the embattled leader of the IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has taken to his social media handle to make known his solidarity.

“We trained together, we dined together, we drank together & should duty call, we shall serve together; and if necessary, we shall die together”- Solemn Declaration at the end of the 2nd Joint Training of Biafra & Oduduwa Volunteer Force #ThisIsNot1967 #WeMoveAsOne,” he tweeted.

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