Liveafrik as of late assembled that Individuals from the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been encouraged by an ex-governor of Abia state, Orji Uzo Kalu, to try to avoid panicking, as the armed force leads its Operation Python Dance crusade.
The ex-governor expressed that IPOB’s activities must be directed inside the ambits of the law, in accordance with the Constitution.
According to our correspondent, the ex-governor, Kalu put forth his remarks in an announcement issued in Abuja, the country’s capital. Kalu expressed that he is exchanging words with the Federal government to discover approaches to subdue the strains in the southeast state.
As indicated by reports, the ex-governor put forth his remarks in an announcement issued in Abuja, Kalu spoke to IPOB individuals to practice limitation and comply with the law, as he counsels with government experts to discover approaches to control the strain in Abia and re-establish commonality back to the state.
“In a democracy, every group has its fundamental right to express their grievances; but such action must follow due process in line with the Constitution of the country to avoid breakdown of law and order.
“However, in this case, dialogue remains the best solution to solving grievances,” he said.
Kalu likewise mourned over the way that the occurrences unfurling were occurring in his own particular state which he administered for a long time beforehand.
In the interim, reports had it that the Nigerian armed force said its Operation Python Dance crusade in Abia state would proceed in light of the fact that its men have not yet gotten any order from the general officer commanding the 82 division.
This is against claims that the governor of the state, Okezie Ikpeazu, pronounced that the troopers would leave the lanes of Abia by Friday, September 15.