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Nnamdi Kanu responds to the killings in Enugu state

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The leader of the Biafran movement, Nnamdi Kanu has responded to the gruesome killing of his members by security operatives of the DSS and others in Enugu state.

The murder of the IPOB members in Enugu state according to the witness was unlawful as they were armless and not with any form of ammunition.

A source wrote a fake report stating that the members who were praying in a secluded private house clashed with the Nigerian police but when paraded no weapons were paraded alongside the suspects.

Nnamdi Kanu last night angrily recorded a voice note stating that he would be raising the Biafran flag in the next UN meeting and told his people to kill those who kill them.

The Federal Government early last year proscribed the movement as a terrorist organization the same thing which was done to Boko Haram before they turned violent and unstoppable.

Now they are fighting back the government saying that they are not terrorist but seeking seccession from the Nigerian state.

Many people has decried the unlawful killings of unarmed citizens and have promised to send a petition to the International Criminal Court and the UN.