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Some days ago, Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike, placed a ban on a meeting with some Igbo residents in Oyigbo Local Government Area of Rivers State were planning to hold. The meeting was disallowed because of the fears that it could provoke violence in the area. Governor Wike had also imposed a 24-hour curfew in the area after some facilities were set ablaze.
However, Oyigbo is also speculated to be one of the strongholds of IPOB and shares boundaries with Abia State.
On the other news, it was reported that Governor Wike has announced openly that Stanley Mgbere is wanted, as it was believed he was the one that led members of the proscribed IPOB group to cause unrest in Oyigbo. And he placed 50 million Naira Bounty On his head
And this is a great move carried out by governor Wike because Nigerians have been calling the attention of the Federal Government to disband the illegal private security known as the Eastern security network. Moreover, many people and some top politicians are presuming that IPOB are the ones behind all the atrocities being conducted in the southeast and south South
So, As Wike Place 50m Bounty On Pro-Biafra Group, we advise All Igbo And ENS member Should Do immediately before they put themselves into more trouble
1) All Igbos Should Disconnect Themselves with Ipob And Nnamdi Kanu In General
We all know that the Nigerian government has declared IPOB a terrorist group and Nnamdi Kanu is creating tension in Nigeria, although this young man is not in Nigeria to face the full consequence of what he is doing. So if the Nigerian government is planning anything against IPOB it will surely affect his member and all Igbos who link to him.
So, dear my Igbo brother and sister you all should immediately disconnect yourselves with whatever has a Link to Nnamdi Kanu.
2) Disclose Where IPOB Leader Is Hiding: this is a most important thing all Igbos need to do immediately, realising where this man is will surely know that Igbos don't need Nigeria to break up. So, all Igbos and anyone who knows where he can be seen should come and tell the security forces
3) Ask Forgive from Federal Government Of Nigeria: Only God know the properties ENS member have destroyed which owned by Fulani herdsmen in the southeast. Henceforth, as you are about to surrender themselves, they also need to vow and pay just $200millons to Miyetti Allah and allow them to be in the southeast.
We all need to understand that, the activities of the Eastern Security Network in Nigeria is illegal because no government legalized them to be carrying AK-47 guns and the appearance of the outfit is against the Nigerian constitution.
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