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Don’t rely on government for protection, rise up to the occasion – Nnamdi Kanu tells Yoruba youths

Nnamdi Kanu, the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has called on Yoruba youths not to wait on the government to protect them.

He noted that the security of their lives and properties are their responsibility and therefore should not rely on their governors.

Kanu in his statement issued by his Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, reminded the Yoruba youths to remember that South-West governors did nothing when killer herdsmen killed the daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa Fasoranti.

He urged the youths to take their destiny into their hands and rise up to the occasion like the eastern youths with the Eastern Security Network, saying that any compromise could be the end of the Yoruba nation.

“Somehow I knew he didn’t have the balls to withstand their Caliphate masters. His resistance didn’t last long, did it?

“Like his Eastern counterparts, he has capitulated. Which one is Herdsmen Permit? Do you mean you have government licensed terrorists operating in Yoruba forests?

“No wonder Pa Fasoranti’s daughter was murdered on Yoruba soil by these licensed killers in Yorubaland and the South West Governors did nothing.

“Everybody knows Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders in Nigeria are the dreaded killer bandits and terrorists, raping, kidnapping, and pillaging our indigenous communities. Only God knows what they have promised this governor or perhaps the media heat from the caliphate is too much for him to bear.

“My Yoruba folks, especially the youths, please learn something from Eastern Security Network, ESN, defend your land and forests yourselves with your lives. If you surrender your future to these unstable politicians, your children and those unborn will be slaves forever.

“If in doubt look at what became of the once-great Hausa race. Today Fulani oligarchs have reduced them to nothing, absolutely nothing. A once proud, tolerant, loving, and technologically advanced race like the Hausa is now a shadow of its self because they made the same mistakes Yoruba youths are about to make today.

“Sokoto was once a thriving Hausa city called Gobir, until Fulanis from Sene-Gambia asked and were given permission to graze their cattle in their bushes. Before they realised what was happening their land was taken over and renamed before their eyes. Yoruba wake up and stand your ground. If you compromise now, you are finished.”

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