The heat is still on and those who felt the hurts never kept mute.
The Government of Benue State has sent a strong warning to the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Recall that Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB'S leader had threatened to provide the services of ESN in some parts of Benue state where he claimed that Igbos residents of the area were being persecuted as a result of the ongoing clashes between ESN/Fulani herders and Nigerian military. Nnamdi Kanu mentioned Ado and Oju Local Government areas as places were the presence of ESN are needed.
In reaction, the chairman of Ado Local government area, Mr James Oche, admonished Kanu to stop dragging Benue into his self seeking campaign.
According to a post made by Wale Odunsi, a daily post publisher, the chairman told their reporters on Saturday, 6/3/21, that the territorial intergrity of the state would never be a subject of Biafra agitation and cautioned the proponents of Nnamdi Kanu, referring to them as "inordinate Ideaology" in Benue state to desist or face the wrath of the law.
(See Wale Odunsi post below 👇)
While assuring that the Benue state government is doing it's best in the area of security, he urged the people of Benue State to support the governor's commitment to fully implementation of the anti open gracing law of the state.
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