The pioneer of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has requested of the European Union on the continuous military operation in the south-east locale of Nigeria.
The IPOB pioneer in the requested of dated September 14, blamed the Nigerian military for terrorizing, torment, capture, kidnapping, and executing of regular citizen people in the southeast.
The letter composed by the committee to the IPOB pioneer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, was routed to the secretary general of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, the European Union High Commission, the leaders of the United States of America, Russia, and Israel, United Kingdom and France.
Kanu in his letter required the prompt intervention of the UN, the EU, the US and these different nations on the attack of the military in the district.
He encouraged the comity of countries to prevail on the Nigerian government to suspend advance military activity in the southeastern conditions of the nation and pull back ‘the rampaging troops’ from the area.
The letter stated: “Unarmed civilians largely made up members of the Indigenous People of Biafra are now being tortured and murdered in cold blood on a daily basis.”
he joined video and photos of casualties of the affirmed assault, Kanu said the threatening vibe against the IPOB individuals has heightened to other neighboring states bringing about grisly setbacks.
“We have no doubt that the undisclosed reason for deploying troops to southeastern states by the President Buhari-led administration is to attack unarmed and defenseless members of the Indigenous People of Biafra who are merely exercising their constitutionally guaranteed rights to self-determination,” he stated
He included that while innocent blood is being squandered in the area, the 1999 Constitution as changed did not permit the arrangement of officers in the district in a way by and by done by the government.
“The situation in the south-east of Nigeria is serious and demand your urgent action, Sir.
“The modus operandi of the Operation Python Dance II presently adopted by the military deployed in the south-east offends all known rules of professional engagement even in a war zone,” he asserted