Leader of Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, Princewill Obuka, has warned of an impending danger, following what he described as the, “senseless killings of non-Muslim faith in the country by Fulani extremists.”
Faulting President Muhammadu Buhari’s alleged silence despite herdsmen’s attacks, Obuka said Buhari will “sit up” when he “hears exchange of bullets” in self defense across the South East.
Wondering why government has failed to proscribe Fulani herdsmen as terrorists, the BNYL leader stressed that people of the South East are “prepared in all ramification” to stage resistance against “Jihadist Fulani herdsmen.”
A statement he signed and sent to DAILY POST reads,”The failed government of Buhari will sit up when the chips are down, until they hear exchange of bullets in defense of our land, they will not learn.
“Since they have Fulani people licence to carry guns, they should know that this time, we will not allow history to repeat itself, we are prepared in all ramifications and they will see strong resistance against jihadist Fulani herdsmen troubling our land”.