The President Muhammadu Buhari has portrayed the Indigenous People of Biafra clamoring for severance as a speck in a circle that has no place to go.
The President said this in a meeting with Arise TV broadcast on Thursday.
He said, “That IPOB is actually similar to a speck all around. Regardless of whether they need to leave, they will have no admittance to anyplace.
“Furthermore, the manner in which they are spread everywhere on the nation, having organizations and properties, I don’t think IPOB understands what they are discussing.
“Regardless, we say we’ll converse with them in the language that they comprehend. We’ll sort out the police and the military to seek after them.”
Buhari likewise said that he has been guaranteed by “the old individuals” and “the adolescents” from the South-South piece of the country that their district has no expectation of withdrawing.
He said IPOB won’t have “admittance to anyplace” regardless of whether they in the long run withdraw from the country.
The President then, at that point repeated his explanation that IPOB individuals will be treated in the “language that they comprehend”.
“I was empowered by what I heard, no one advised me. Two articulations from the south-south. One by the older individuals, they said this time around there would be no (severance). Furthermore, again the young offered a similar expression; such support,” Buhari said.
IPOB has been disturbing for the withdrawal of the South-East.