Northern group has declared Mazi Nnmadi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra wanted.
The group identified as Northern Consensus Movement, NCM, has on Friday declared the IPOB leader wanted over the killings and destruction of properties owned by Northerners in the Southern part of the country.
Dr. Auwal Abdullahi who is the president of the group while addressing the conference on Thursday also placed the huge sum of N100m on Mazi Kanu.
The NCM president also said that Mazi kanu should be captured and brought to them for in order to hand him over to the security operatives.
He further accused Mazi kanu of using It members and the Security outfit (ESN) to attack Northerners residing in the southeast.
Dr Auwal statement read: “We are declaring Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB and ESN wanted for the killings, destructions of properties of Northerners residing and undertaking their lawful businesses in the South-Eastern part of Nigeria.
“We call on all countries of the world to respect our sovereignty as a nation. Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB, is the man and brain behind the killings and destruction of properties belonging to innocent northerners residing in South-Eastern Nigeria carrying out their legitimate businesses, using his proscribed terrorist organization, IPOB/ESN.”
Northern Consensus Movement also urged the foreign countries like German, United State to deport Mazi Kanu back to Nigeria.
“Northern Consensus Movement with these organizations has placed a bounty of N100 million as an offer to anyone who can produce Nnamdi Kanu alive, hale and hearty to us for onward delivery to security agencies for continuous prosecution,” he added.
Recall that lately, Northerners living in the southeast of the country have suffered some measures of attacks.
This is due to the killing carried out by some suspected herdsmen in the southeast.
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