The leader of the indigenous people of Biafra [IPOB] and the Eastern Security Network [ESN], known as Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has condemned those behind the arrest of newspaper vendors in Imo state, southeast Nigeria.
The leader of IPOB made his statement clearly by taking his time to explain and define the true term of terrorism.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu uncovered his affirmation and judgments through his official Twitter handle in a post he made.
In his tweet, the leader of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, defined terrorists according to the Oxford English learner’s dictionary.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu defines terrorism as unlawful violent and intimidating, particularly when it’s against civilians who are in quest for their political rights and aims.
It was said earlier in the day by the front pages of noticeable national dailies that around 7 newspaper vendors were captured in Imo state for having the materials and diaries of the Biafra agitation.
It has been featured that the whereabouts of noticeable newspaper sales representatives are yet unknown.
Nnamdi Kanu has responded to the title text of the Nigerian Tribune that reported the fear of the newspaper sellers in Imo state.
He encouraged and moved the global community to wake up and confront the real factors of what he described as a Terrorist government and administration being operated by the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari.
Subsequently, he proceeded to say that the nation, Nigeria, is a terrorist State.
The following is the tweet made by the IPOB leader which has made people react with many requesting for the release of the 7 newspaper sellers, saying that they never abused any section of the constitution of Nigeria.
Terrorism is defined as ” the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims” . ~Oxford English Dictionary.
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