The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has issued a stern warning to Southeast Governors, notably Enugu State Governor Peter Mbah, cautioning against the establishment of Fulani cattle ranches within the region.
In a statement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB emphasized its firm opposition to any attempts to establish ranches, particularly at Nimbo in Uzowani community of Enugu State or any other part of the Southeast.
“We won’t allow establishment of Fulani camps in the name of cattle ranches in any state in the Southeast,” stated Emma Powerful.
The group urged the Governors to refrain from endorsing the establishment of cattle ranches within their respective states.
“IPOB and ESN operatives won’t allow establishment of Fulani camps in the name of cattle ranches in any state in the Southeast,” reiterated Emma Powerful.
Furthermore, IPOB emphasized its vigilance over the actions of the Governors, singling out Enugu State Governor Peter Mbah for scrutiny.
“They should know IPOB will not allow the establishment of any murderous camps in the name of cattle ranches in Enugu or anywhere in the Southeast,” the statement concluded.
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