Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Monday, declared that his followers have liberated Nkaleke village in Igbeagu, Izzi Local Government Area of Ebonyi State from those he described as Fulani terrorists.
Kanu claimed that for the first time in 15 years, women of the community returned to their farms without fear of being raped or killed.
The IPOB leader made the disclosure in a statement he personally signed.
According to Kanu: “If I don’t make this post, Biafrans all over the world would never appreciate the enormity of human and material sacrifice IPOB is making to liberate every inch of Biafraland under occupation by Fulani Janjaweed terrorists supported by Nigerian Army and in some cases since 2005.
“The first time in 15 years our mothers can now go back to our farms without the threat of rape and decapitation from Fulani terrorists.
“It is worth noting that Fulani Janjaweed advance party of Jihadists arrived in Igbeagu Izzi LGA since 2005 to secure our land for this new wave of Janjaweed arrivals we have all been witnessing recently. Since then they have been killing, raping and cultivating our land. It wasn’t until the new influx started arriving that we decided that enough is enough.
“Every Fulani Janjaweed and Miyetti Allah terrorist in our forests and farms will be flushed out.”