Nnamdi Kanu: Southeast youths fume, accuse soldiers of ‘killing’ five Igbo protesters

The Coalition of South East Youth Leaders, COSEYL, accused officers of the Nigerian military of allegedly killing armless Igbos who have been protesting and demanding for the unconditional launch of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra, IPOB, in Aba, Abia State.

A press release issued by the President Common of the coalition, Goodluck Ibem described the incident which occurred on Friday as “depraved, barbaric, and lawlessness of the best order”.

The coalition demanded the instant arrest, sack and prosecution of these safety brokers that attacked the protesters.

“We name on the Worldwide Neighborhood, the United Nations and all lovers of democracy to take motion in opposition to the perpetrators of this heinous act.

“What occurred immediately, the place harmless individuals have been butchered in broad daylight, is a genocide of the best order.

“The identical army officers have by no means for as soon as arrested or gunned down any Fulani terrorists and jihadists killing Harmless Nigerians each day. Their weapons and bullets are solely lively once they see harmless Igbos”.






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