Convener of RevolutionNow protest and CEO Sahara reporters news Omoyele Sowore has warned the Nigerian government and authorities to desist from harassing or molesting members of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) as the leader, Nnamdi Kanu prepares to bury his parents next week.
The burial ceremony for the Kanu’s burial will be held on 14th February, in their home town Afaraukwu Ibeku Umuahia Abia State.
Obinwannem news had gathered that the Nigerian military vans and artillery were spotted parading around the royal palace a few days ago.
Following the recent happenings, Sowore took to his Twitter on Tuesday, saying the federal government should not inflict any harm on IPOB supporters, stressing that those involved in the crimes against humanity will someday pay for it.
“As @MaziNnamdiKanu prepares to conduct his parents’ burial next week, the Nigerian authorities must avoid molesting, harassing or inflicting any form of injury or cause bodily harm unto our brothers/sisters of the #ipob family who continue to agitate peacefully for a homeland.
“Those in power today must recognize that crimes against humanity are not subject to any statute of limitations as such they must understand that no matter how long it takes those taking lives of innocents as a sport today in the SE will someday pay for their crimes”.
Nwada Ugochinyere Onyechere reporting, Obinwannem News