Nnamd Kanu has blamed Fulani herdsmen on the recent killing in Anambra state
The IPOB leader also insulted all elders and leaders in the Southeast, According to Kanu, the elders and leaders have not done anything for the people.
Governor Obiano however insisted that the massacre was perpetrated over drug deal Leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has revealed those behind the recent attack on St. Philips Catholic Church in Ozubulu located in Ekusigo local government area of Anambra state.
Kanu claimed the massacre was perpetuated by Fulani herdsmen who has the support of the federal government. The IPOB leader also condemned all political leaders and elders in Igbo land claiming they did nothing for the people. He said: “They have killed our people in Onitsha. They have been to the church to massacre our people in Ozubulu.
“When we ask you not to vote, people don’t understand. Those you are voting for cannot protect you. I warned you four years ago that a time will come when they would come into your house, your villages to massacre you and nobody will protect you.
It has happened. Hasn’t it? “They want us to vote in Anambra where they are killing our people; where they cannot protect us. “The only reason why they want you to vote is because of the monthly allocation so that they can keep sharing money every month. They don’t care about you. “Do you know why they killed people at Ozubulu? “The enemies are very clever. Since, I came out of prison they could not attack.
They were waiting to drive a division between us and the politicians in Abuja; and your governors; and Ohanaeze Ndigbo. “When they saw that we (Igbos) were together, they couldn’t do anything. They kept waiting. They kept giving them (South-East governors and Ohanaeze leadership) money to attack IPOB. “The moment they started doing what they were told, the enemies knew it was the time to strike.
“Our people are not reasonable enough to understand the threat facing them. "Tell me where in this world you have a governor like you have in Anambra, and the enemy will come and strike.
“The killing in Ozubulu is an example of how the enemy works. They first of all come and try your resolve and when you resist them, they use subterfuge to divide you. Once they see any space, they strike. Ohanaeze must know this.
“Ohanaeze Ndigbo is responsible for the death of the people in Ozubulu. noted that remarks like this where citizens are asked not to vote and perform their constitutional duties could undermine stability of the country. Meanwhile,
Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra state said two persons from Ozubulu who are known drug barons in South Africa are the prime suspects of the attack on St Philips Catholic church in Ozubulu. Obiano who described the attack as a sacrilege said the briefing he received from the police had revealed that the shooting was a reprisal attack by the drug barons who traced their victim to the church.