The Inspector General of Police (IGP) Abubakar Adamu, on Tuesday, ordered the closure of all Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) satellite offices. The directive followed Monday’s protests in Sagamu against SARS. The people had marched against the killing of Remo Stars Football Club player, Tiamiyu Kazeem aka Kaka, in Ogun State. Adamu announced the scrap when he accompanied Governor Dapo Abiodun, on a condolence visit to the home of the deceased Vice-Captain of Remo Stars. The IGP was represented by Deputy Inspector General of Police, in-charge of Research and Planning, Peter Ogunyanwo. He ordered that all activities at the satellite offices should be handed over to Commissioners of Police in the state.
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has vowed that with his parents now out of the way, the struggle for the actualisation of Biafra will know no bounds. Writing on Facebook on Saturday, Kanu also thanked members of the IPOB who defied all threats to attend the burial and “shamed” those he described as “enemies.” Nnamdi Kanu boasted that “even the satan is afraid” of the IPOB. Kanu’s parents, HRH Eze Israel Kanu and his wife, Ugoeze Sally Kanu who died last year were laid to rest on Friday in their royal compound in Afaraukwu community, Abia State. However, it was observed that the IPOB leader was absent during the burial ceremony of his parents. Kanu was last seen in Nigeria on September 10, 2017 after some soldiers invaded his resi
To Join Us On More News, Kindly Like Or Follow EAGLE EYES Report On Our FACEBOOK Page, INSTAGRAM or TWITTER By Clicking On The Logo Below. The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB says it will chase away from Ebonyi State all members of Miyetti cattle breeders association who cause trouble for indigenes of the state. A press release by groups spokesperson, Emma Powerful, made available to DAILY POST in Awka stated that the group has done it before in Anambra and will not fail to replicate it in Ebonyi. The group said it was also surprised that the governor of the state, Mr Dave Umahi was giving tacit support to the Miyetti Allah members by also recruiting local security men to protect them, but said it will soon invade the state and send away trouble making cattl...
Nigerians living abroad have been asked to avoid Nnamdi Kanu and members of his outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group (NDMG), which gave the warning, said the activities of IPOB outside the shores of Nigeria needed concerted efforts by all critical stakeholders to protect the image of the country. The group at a press conference held at the Enish Restaurant, Finchley, London on Wednesday, said the activities of IPOB are despicable and an affront to Nigerians all over the world. Angela Boroh, President of the group, who spoke on behalf of NDMG, called Kanu and his members to desist from acts that would tarnish the image of Nigeria in the interest of peace and tranquillity. Her statement added, “The Nigerians in Diaspora Mo
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, yesterday, said it is not interested in either the gains or the losses associated with RUGA settlement being planned by the Federal Government, but only in achieving the sovereign state of Biafra. IPOB also dared Islamists extremists and Arewa youths over the 30-day ultimatum to the Federal Government to implement RUGA settlement policy, saying it is ready for any action they would take. In a statement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB said it had long rejected Nigeria as a country and whatever looks good or bad in it. According to IPOB, “we have rejected Nigeria forever and whatever looks good and bad in her. Fulani people should keep their Ruga till eternity in the North, we don’t care about the gai
The Biafra Nations Youth League, BNYL, has threatened to force northerners out of the Southeast and South south. The group said it does not see reasons the northerners would be safe in the East whereas the Easterners were being threatened in the North. BNYL was reacting to the threats issued by a Coalition of Northern Groups to expel Southerners from the north if the Federal Government did not rescind the suspension of RUGA in 30 days. Deputy Leader of BNYL and Head of Operations, Biafra Broadcasting Service, BBS, Ebuta Victor Takon, in a statement to newsmen on Saturday, said his group would take appropriate measures to expel northerners, especially the Fulani if Abdul Azeez Suleman and his group did not withdraw their threat. Takon said his group will make sure ...
Onye Nigeria, I told you one day, there will be job adverts for positions in the federal civil service, and there will be a clause: ‘No candidate from the southeast allowed’; the exclusion of Ndi Igbo from the leadership of the three arms of government is just the beginning.” That was the message of an Igbo nationalist to me. Nnamdi is a “sparring mate”, who scavenges for daily upsets and annoyances about Nigeria. He has been dutiful in this enterprise. We spend some time arguing the place of the Igbo in Nigeria and related subjects. He believes the Igbo cannot reach the acme of their potential with the current structure of the country. And he says they will always be seen as a threat to be put down. I knew he sent me that message to taunt me. I did not respond to it becaus
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has reacted to the video of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu frolicking with a woman. The Deputy Leader of the group, Uche Mefor, said that the woman in the video was Kanu’s wife. He wondered if it was a crime for a woman to have fun with his wife, accusing the presidency of circulating the old video. Mefor said, “The video making rounds about the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is not new, it has been in circulation since 2013/2014 and as such nothing to be surprised about. Be advised accordingly, though, that this is a video of husband and wife (Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and our own Mrs Uchechi Okwu-Kanu). “We note that employing of this cowardly conduct remains in the circumstances the only response-and-panic-control strategy from the already d
Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has called off the election boycott in the south-east region of the country. In an audio message obtained by TheCable, Kanu also asked the Igbo to come out in their numbers and vote during Saturday’s presidential election. Kanu had been calling on the Igbo to boycott any election held in Nigeria until the government agrees to a referendum regarding IPOB’s quest for a sovereign state of Biafra. On Monday, he told BBC Igbo that IPOB would “shut down” the south-east and ensure voting does not take place in the area.WHAT CHANGED NOW? In the broadcast obtained Thursday night, Kanu said unnamed individuals have met the demands given by the group before any election could be held in the south-east. He said: “Earlie
THE Commander of 35 Artillery Brigade Command, Alamala, Abeokuta, Brig Gen. Olaniyi Olatunde, yesterday, said the Python Dance III otherwise called Egwu Eke 111 is not meant for only war. Olatunde said this during a free medical Outreach and distribution of books and other writing materials to students of the host community at Lafenwa in Abeokuta, Ogun State. Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai had said that the Operation Python Dance is to reinvigorate all existing operations in the country, with additional manpower, equipment and resources to address the lingering security problems in the country. Olatunde said the event was part of the activities lined up to commemorate the nationwide exercise Python dance 111 in 81 Division Area of Responsibility. He said: “N