Mr. Adamu Garba made the claim after being pressed to respond to a question about the kidnapping of schoolchildren in the country's northwestern region.
He claims that the atrocities committed by IPOB should not even be compared.
"The worst has been done by the IPOB." On Twitter, the entrepreneur expressed his thoughts.
He went on to say that the IPOB's numerous attempts to kidnap innocent people in the South East have been unsuccessful.
"They attempted to kidnap the entire population of Southeast on several occasions, but were unsuccessful. What kind of audacity would that be?" He emphasized this point.
Another Twitter user wondered what would happen if IPOB members went to a federal government college in the East and kidnapped students, prompting Adamu Garba's remark.
Will they be pardoned and integrated like the bandits, he wondered?
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