Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB) and the Jap Safety Community (ESN) have been warned to avoid Benue State.
This adopted the latest risk by Kanu to ship ESN members to guard Igbo individuals residing in Benue.
Kanu recognized Ado and Oju Native Authorities Areas as locations that want the presence of ESN.
In his response, Ado Native Authorities admonished Kanu to cease dragging Benue into “his self-seeking marketing campaign”.
The Chairman, James Oche, advised reporters on Saturday that the territorial integrity of the state would by no means be a topic of Biafra agitation.
He cautioned proponents of Kanu’s “inordinate ideology” in Benue to desist or face the wrath of the regulation.
On the IPOB chief’s remark in regards to the “abduction” of three individuals, Oche clarified that they have been arrested in reference to the homicide of an aged Fulani man, Mohammed Isa.
“It was an act that threatened the safety of the realm and made the Deputy Governor summon a gathering that was held yesterday in Makurdi with all involved stakeholders.
“Kanu reportedly issued statements charging Benue Governor to guard ‘IPOB communities’ or he would ship Jap Safety Community operatives to take action. He ought to cease insulting the sensibilities of Benue individuals.”
The LG boss assured that Governor Samuel Ortom was doing his finest by way of safety.
He suggested the individuals to stay calm and help the governor’s dedication to the complete implementation of the Anti Open Grazing Regulation.
ESN: Benue not a part of Biafra – Govt warns Nnamdi Kanu