We will happily go to war with ‘Hausa, Fulani’ again – Nnamdi Kanu | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Tuesday declared that it is ready for war in order to actualize the restoration of Biafra.

IPOB made the declaration while faulting the refusal of the Federal Government to grant its call for referendum.

The group also faulted the stance of the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, for insisting on the unity of Nigeria.

In a statement by its Directorate of State, Chinasa Nworu, the pro-Biafra group maintained that it would “gladly and happily,” go to war again.
“We ask for a referendum to go our separate way, but you, Okorocha and your Hausa Fulani brothers are conversing for war.
“If it comes to that, Biafrans shall defend themselves, we have done it before and we shall gladly and happily do it again.
“Remember that 2017 shall never be compared to 1967-1970. As you summoned the pastors, traditional leaders and your so called leaders also don’t fail to summon the Arewa youths to build bridges over the lives of Biafran in the Northern Nigeria over their quit notice of October 1st, 2017.”

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  1. You and who dey go for war?.guy mind your self oooo.e be like say na frustration dey worry this man?

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    1. War for where? This guy is derailed.

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  2. Mad man. Go and bring your children to fight

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  3. I thought this man Nnamdi Kanu said at a point that he's not for war but a peaceful referendum to separate. But I saw a video clip on youtube a few days back where he was asking for monetary assistance for arms to defend Biafra and that kind of changed my mind about his speech of peaceful referendum, I thought he was not truthful about the peaceful referendum. But all the same, we should ALLOW God to get involved in all of these things happening in Nigeria. I think it's just another test of time and "this one also shall pass." But we can't keep living in threat and counter threats and so on forever. Everyone is threatening everyone, every region is threatening every other one. Let's take this thing easy and follow peace with all men. Don't forget, WAR, it's a bad, very bad option of accomplishment and shouldn't be an option of choice at all. The last civil war should be a lesson when both sides lost a lot, a lot of everything. If we say this is not 1967-1970, that this is 2017, u should know that's why the wars fought in 2017 is more and will be more devastating than that of 1967. Let's ask South Sudan, let's go to Sierra Leone, or let's go to Syria and Iraq or Afghanistan and there we may learn the GOODNESS of war and if we learn, then our children, wives, husbands, and parents will be in peace except we have where to take them while the war is in progress. As young, very young youths, we haven't seen the direct impact of wars, so we can agitate for it. Most of us were not born during the last civil war and as such we couldn't have learnt from it but take a good look at the countries I referenced above. Be like the small ant and learn. The only solution to this problem is, accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord and a complete obedience to Him and our hearts shall be changed. As usual, be blessed. Today Tuesday 08152017 @ 4:56pm.

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  4. Cowards; so you would prefer to live in bondage and slavery than fighting to free yourself. Tufiakwa! Coward people! No wonder, Hausa-Fulani treat the entire zoo like animals - kills whenever they want to. Coward citizens and lawless country. If they don’t allow Biafra to go in peace, we will fight again period!

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  5. For war? Yes! But Nnamdi kanu and the entire Igbo race must make sure that Nnamdi kanu's children and wife are on ground live in Igbo land and should be made commanders in war front. Anything short is 419 & anyone who supports him without fulfilling this simple condition is a fool.

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  6. You see y I said Nigerians are worse than illiterates. The statement said we asked for referendum not war.but if it comes to war we will defend our selves. When I read the comments of Nigerians I love Biafra more. Even the reporting of the Nigeria media shows how lazy and uneducated they are. They don't go out and investigate no detailed reporting my joy is that you all know that Biafra is here. The only place were referendum means war

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