The Chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has taken to his Twitter handle to call out famous Nigerian newspaper, Daily Trust for publishing false news about the killing of 19 Fulanis in Anambra, stating that the intention is to create a genocide against Biafrans living in the North.
Just a while ago, Nmandi Kanu denied the publication, saying that it is a move to create genocide and give room for a reprisal attack from the Fulanis on Biafrans living in the North.
Nnamdi Kanu made it known that as long we are still one, there won't be any form of war or killing of other tribes during the cause of agitating for a better Nation, adding that 2021 is cannot be compared to 1967. He however urged the general public to debunk the news.
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