The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has restated that the ban on the consumption of cow meat from the Fulani region in the South-East is still in force.
The group also insisted that stopping the long preservation of corpses in the mortuary, among others is a project that must be accomplished in the region.
These were made known by the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, on Wednesday.
IPOB had in late 2021 announced the ban on the consumption of Fulani cow meat in the South-East with effect from April, 2022.
But in the statement, the pro-Biafra group said after due consideration, it decided to be flexible about the implementation of the decision to give the people of the region the room to gradually transit to the new order, saying that it did not back out from the injunction because of cowardice or lack of will.
The group insisted that every of its agenda must be accomplished.
The statement read in part, “We the global movement and family of the Indigenous People of Biafra under the leadership and command of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu wish to reiterate once again that any projects or advice or order issued by IPOB, either as a short, mid or long term project must be accomplished.
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