Nnamdi Kanu, the chief of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, has expressed his readiness to face trial on the Worldwide Legal Court docket, ICC, in The Hague.
Kanu stated he was keen to defend what he termed unprovoked genocidal assaults by killer herdsmen and terrorists at The ICC.
The IPOB chief disclosed this throughout his stay broadcast on Radio Biafra on Sunday night time and was contained in a press release by the group’s spokesman, Emma Highly effective.
He alleged that apart from state-sponsored persecutions and brazen infuriating marginalisation and exclusion towards Biafrans, killer herdsmen and terrorists have continued to raid communities within the area unchallenged by the safety companies.
The IPOB chief additionally vowed to mobilise the individuals in defence of their ancestral land “regardless of the implications”.
Kanu defined that the Jap Safety Community, ESN, was created as a result of incessant unprovoked genocidal assaults by herdsmen and the failure of the federal government to guard the individuals of the Southwest.
Kanu stated: ”Herdsmen will assault us, rape our girls, destroy our farms and kill our farmers no person will arrest them however after we attempt to defend ourselves, the federal government will come after us rolling out the tanks and utilizing their helicopter gunboats.
”If defending our ancestral land towards conquest by Fulani Janjaweed invaders will take me to the Hague I’m able to go to the Hague”.
I’m prepared to face trial – Nnamdi Kanu reveals