AMOTEKUN: Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Thursday, January 16; commended Southwest governors for setting up Amotekun security outfit.
Kanu also assured that members of IPOB were ready to support Operation Amotekun with all their might. He also said it mincing no words; as has become his trademark.
This, equally important, was contained in a statement issued by IPOB’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful; who, also explained Kanu said he was ready to support the Southwest security outfit with one million men.
According to Kanu, furthermore: “The final and definitive stance of the Biafran people; is that IPOB will support Operation Amotekun with all our might.
“Regardless of the history of politics of treachery that may have existed; between the East as well as the West in the past; our leaders have sworn to work with this generation of Yoruba leadership; with the likes of Pa Ayo Adebanjo; Yinka Odumakin; Femi Fani-Kayode; and Omoyele Sowore at the helm.
“I will support this generation of Yorubas that setup Amotekun. IPOB will work with them. If they want one million men I will give them to make sure the Fulani Caliphate murderous expansionism is stopped.
“We will support the Yorubas in all forms; and by every means necessary. To hell with the Fulanis.
“IPOB will back Amotekun Security Outfit. Amotekun is not going anywhere. They are here to stay; and IPOB will likewise support them.”
IPOB had likewise recently commended the Southwest governors; for establishing the security outfit.
It was, meanwhile, reported that governors from Oyo; Ogun; Osun; Ondo; Ekiti; as well as Lagos States had a few weeks ago in Ibadan; the Oyo State capital launched the security outfit.
The governors also explained that Amotekun was established for one purpose; to curb the issues of insecurity in the Southwest.
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