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BREAKING!!! Police Surround Home of IPOB Leader, Kanu’s Co Defendant, Madubugwu (Happening Now) VIDEO


Men of the Nigeria police have sieged the home of Benjamin Madubugwu, a leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Nnamdi Kanu’s Co Defendant, in Anambra, IGBERE TV has learned.

An armature footage sent to us, which we can not independently verify at the moment, shows several vehicles and Tanks allegedly belonging to the Security forces stationed within his residential area

IPOB worldwide has also raised alarm over this development alleging plot to Invade and assassinate him.

A message sent to IGBERE TV reads in part:

“The IPOB family worldwide want to alert the world and the public at large the plans for possible invasion of Benjamin Madubugwu’s home by the Nigeria police and army.

“From a very reliable sources , the plans to invade his home and possibly carry out the same military operation, like what happened in Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s home in Umuahia have been concluded ,only that the police and army are waiting for order from above .

“For couple days now since our leader re- appeared in Jerusalem they police and military have mounted their military armored vehicle on the junction leading to Benjamin Madubugwu’s home and also they dispatched many officers on surveillance around the home of Benjamin in Ihiala , Anambra.
We want the world to know that the conspiracy to attack Benjamin in his home is being hatch by Governor willy Obiano , Nnia Nwodo and Anambra commissioner of police .

“Since they failed to kill our leader , they are now on a mission, as they have sworn to eliminate IPOB principal officers in Biafra land before the 2019 election , but we promise them that they will fail as usual .We urge our people to be alert, report any attack to the nearest IPOB family .

“Attached are the pictures of the armored vehicles mounted near the home of Benjamin Madubugwu’s home.
One word for all these enemies of Biafra; “no amount of intimidation and killings will ever stop the restoration of Biafra”.


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