The Leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, speaks on onitsha fire accident which he described as a terrorist act.
Read His statement Below:
My heart goes out to all all victims and businesses affected by the cowardly terrorist attack in Onitsha yesterday. Our prayers are with their families at this very difficult period and we pray for the safe repose of their souls in the bossom of Almighty Chukwu Okike Abiama.
If the motive of those that masterminded such inhumane and dastardly act is to emasculate the economic base of Biafraland or dampen the spirit of a resurgent Biafra, let them know they have failed spectacularly. Onitsha shall continue to remain the commercial hub of West Africa and will bounce back from this cowardly attack even stronger. This is the message I want all the unity begging parasites in Nigeria and their good for nothing terrorists to understand.
This is not the first time a Fulani driven tanker with combustible content has exploded on our streets killing hundreds and destroying people’s livelihoods with no prospect of proper investigation or recompense. When Fulani terrorists are not blowing us up with their fire-bombs in the name of tankers, they are busy mowing us to death with their trailers in the name of brake failure. Untold havoc is being wreaked on defenceless Biafran citizens by Dangote lorries on a regular basis all in an effort to reduce our population.
I have devoted a great deal of time since this horrible news broke yesterday to research the frequency of similar incidents in the north. Not surprisingly, there is no recorded incident of brake failure on any Dangote trailer or exploding petrol/diesel tankers in Kano, Sokoto, Katsina, Kaduna to name but a few. This confirms that every tanker explosion in Biafraland and Yorubaland is a terrorist act disguised as an accident.
What happened yesterday in Onitsha will not be forgotten in a hurry and instead of achieving their desired mission of cowering us, it will galvanise and energise the base even more, to seek an existence outside the abominable British contraption.