The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has warned a popular activist, Aisha Yesufu, over her comments on the ESN attack on Fulani herdsmen.
Over the weekend, officers of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) in Abia State had attacked a Fulani Herdsmen camp in the state, destroying their homes and killing their cattle.
Reacting on her Twitter page, Aisha Yesufu condemned the attack which she said is ‘highly unacceptable’, warning that no one has a monopoly of violence.
Kanu, in a statement issued on Monday, through the IPOB media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, said Aisha has entered into IPOB’s bad book for saying the group has no monopoly of violence.
The IPOB leader said Yesufu was not only a “talkative” but one of those encouraging the “Fulani herdsmen to descend on the Igbos with the intention of exterminating them.”
“If you are one of the #Zoo animals suffering from an advanced form of Stockholm syndrome, may it kill you there. We in the East are not, have never been and can never be slaves to any bunch of retards. Ask the British.
“We won’t tolerate any iota of killer Fulani herdsmen menace in the East. You may be comfortable with your wretched Fulanised existence where you are but we won’t live with that rubbish in the land of the Rising Sun. Where were you when our people were being slaughtered, raped and kidnapped in Isiukwuato?
“In less than two weeks, #ESN will commence the full enforcement of Nigeria’s Anti-Grazing Law in the East. Turn into a cow then and see what shall become of you. You are about to understand how determined we are. You have the temerity to talk about monopoly of violence?
“The era of Biafrans crying and lamenting to EU and UN has come and gone. The Dragon Flag has been raised! If you don’t know what it means, go and ask.
“Yap all you like, there is no going back. You #Zoo animals are about to witness the type of madness you never knew existed. Aisha Yusuf, be very careful,” the statement reads.
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