The Biafra Nations League, BNL, has frowned at Nnamdi Kanu, the Chief of the Indigenous individuals of Biafra, IPOB, for saying that the Hausa persons are well-behaved not like the Fulanis.
BNL rejected the declare, stressing that Hausa persons are the perpetrators of road violence within the North, whereas the Fulanis are attackers of farmers and villagers.
An announcement by the group’s chief, Princewill Chimezie Richard and despatched to DAILY POST on Wednesday, insisted that no person within the North is a saint.
Richard recalled the Kano riots in 1956, and disclosed that road violence in opposition to Igbos and different japanese tribes within the North have been the instant explanation for the Biafra conflict.
In accordance with Richard: “No, I don’t subscribe to that, you may’t differentiate a Hausa man and Fulani by character, they’re straightforward to kill, now we have suffered road violence within the hand of Hausa individuals.
“You solely see Fulani within the bush or lonely locations searching for who to assault, however the Hausa are in open markets, junctions, they usually combat soiled, we don’t want this assertion for now, no person within the North is a saint even the center belt who’re at this time victims of Hausa and Fulani violence haven’t proven rumors for what they did in the course of the conflict”.
He warned Biafra agitators to cease making the battle seem like an ethnic battle between Igbo and Fulani including that the issue of Biafra is past ethnicity.
“In as a lot as we’re aware of the Fulani assaults, the battle will not be about ethnicity, it’s past tribal conflict, the Northern oligarchy are in command of the federal government, we can’t exempt any individuals particularly Hausa and Fulani,” he added.
‘No person in North is a saint’ – Biafra group blasts Nnamdi Kanu for commending Hausas