Nnamdi Kanu raises alarm over security presence at St. Eugene’s Catholic Church Aba, Warns Nig. Press – Report

The leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has raised alarm over alleged invasion of “St. Eugene’s Catholic Church Aba” by men of Nigeria security agencies.

Kanu while warning Nigerian Newspaper Editors and Journalists of tagging attack against people of Ndigbo as “Clash,” claimed that the presence of the Nigerian security operatives in the church premises is another plan to kill more people the same just like Enugu massacre last Sunday, 23rd August, 2020.

The director of Radio Biafra on Sunday, shared pictorial evidence on his Facebook page.

He wrote: “Dear Nigerian Newspaper Editors and Journalists,

Before you deploy your favourite adjective ‘clash’ when describing the murderous tendencies of Fulani Janjaweed Nigerian Army against IPOB please note that another massacre is being planned right now in Aba.

“Presently more than 5 Hilux pick-up trucks with heavily armed Fulani terrorist soldiers has been observed loitering with intent inside St. Eugene’s Catholic Church Aba. They numbered over than 40.

“They are not in Sambisa Forest or Southern Kaduna, they are not in Borno or any of Boko Haram controlled territories, they are in church premises in Aba looking for who to kill.

“BBC IGBO your Janjaweed boys are in Aba in broad daylight looking for who to kill. Please be objective in your reporting.

US Ambassador to Nigeria


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