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Read what MNK said after the Anambra Incidence that led to the death of 19 fulani

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) activist Nnamdi Kanu has been accused by the Daily Trust of spreading false rumors that Ipob militants had killed 19 Fulani in Anambra state.

In a statement posted on his Twitter account on Thursday, Nnamdi Kanu said the report, released by the Daily Trust, was aimed at fueling the massacre of Igbos in the Awusa Mountains.

The Daily Trust quoted a report on Thursday (29/4/2021) as saying that civilians were silent as 19 Fulani militants were killed in Anambra state on April 24 (24/4/2021).

They accused the Ipob of being responsible for the alleged massacre at Ukpomashi in Awkuzu Local Government Area of ​​Anambara state where gunmen allegedly attacked the family of Ibrahim Medium. killed him, nine women, six children and three boys.

Recall that last week the BBC reported that students of Chukwuemeka Ojukwu University in Igbariam had fled as unknown as the bodies of nine slain Fulani had been dumped in the backyard of their homes.

The University of Igbariam between the village and Ukpomasi Awkuzu was the site of the quake.

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