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Niger Delta Groups urge FG to address IPOB Massacre

by on July 20, 2017
A coalition of Ni­ger Delta militant groups has urged the Federal Government to ad­dress the massacre of sup­porters of Indigenous Peo­ple of Biafra (IPOB) during their peaceful demonstra­tion across the country.
The groups supported the Leader of the IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, that the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra State, in November should not hold without justice for the slain IPOB members.
The militant groups which took the decision are Concerned Militant Lead­ers (CML), Niger Delta People Democratic Front (NDPDF) and Rainbow Marabas Squad (RMS) .
They argued that since May 30, 2016 when soldiers allegedly massacred harm­less and innocent IPOB members in some parts of the Southern states, the Federal Government had remained silent r on the in­cident.
The leaders of the groups, General Ben (CML), General Playboy (NDPDF) and Gen-eral Aneaja (RMS), in a state­ment issued after their meeting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, demanded for justice for the victims of the May 30, 2016 Biafra Day celebration killings.
The convener of the meeting, General Ben said: “The Federal Government should ad-dress the injus­tice meted out to innocent and harmless IPOB mem­bers while celebrating Biafra Day. The election in Anambra State should not hold and will not hold. That injustice must first be addressed before any elec­tion will take place.

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