Hardship: We’ve gone through worst economic crisis during the war – IPOB mocks protesters

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The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has warned Ndigbo not to protest against economic hardship that has befallen the land, noting that southerners have gone through the worst economic crisis during the war.

The organisation made this known in a statement made on Tuesday. Going spiritual, Emma Powerful, the spokesperson of the organisation said that the current hardship in the country is as a result of the injustices against the Igbo during and after the war. 

He cautioned “the Igbo not to join in any protest against hunger in the country.  Any Nigerian agent who dares to organize any protest in Biafraland will regret it. 

“The current hardship in Nigeria shouldn’t be our concern. We were abused, intimidated, beaten, and killed and denied voting rights during the election of this present government.

“Ndigbo were told to wait that it is their turn to rule, the story changed during election. The aftermath of the elections was the demolition of Ndigbo’s properties and investments in the  West and Northern parts of the country.

“Has anyone or group organized a protest against the demolition of Ndigbo’s properties in the West and North? Anyone who organizes any protest against economic hardship in our land will put us in danger. 

“Ndigbo should leave the current economic hardship for Nigerians to deal with because this hardship is what God Almighty Chukwu Okike Abiama has in stock for Nigeria for the crimes they have committed against us between 1967 to 1970 and up to date.

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