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Biafra: Arrest Gumi, Miyetti Allah individuals like Chiwetalu Agu – Omokri to Army

Reno Omokri, a socio-political extremist has said Nigerian fighters should capture Sheik Ahmad Gumi and Miyetti Allah associations for undermining Nigerians.

Omokri settled on the decision while responding to the capture of Nollywood veteran, Chiwetalu Agu for campaigning for Biafra.

Agu was attacked by Nigerian Army troops for wearing Biafra clothing.

The film legend was strolling inside the Upper Iweka Bridge in Anambra when the occurrence happened.

Two fighters abruptly confronted, wrestled Agu to the ground and hauled him.

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Agu was supposedly sharing food to the less favored people when government powers halted him.

Talking on the occurrence, Brig. Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, the Army Public Relations said the veteran entertainer was captured for affecting individuals from the general population and requesting support for the prohibited Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Be that as it may, Omokri said the capture of Agu while Gumi and Miyetti Allah individuals were free showed absence of equity in Nigeria.

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In a progression of tweets, Omokri expressed: “Miyetti Allah hold public interviews to undermine brutality on Nigerians and offer provocative expressions such that Southern Nigeria has a place with them.

“Fighters and DSS don’t capture them. Chiwetalu Agu wore a Biafran banner and was captured. Where is the equity?

“Sheik Gumi lobbies for fear mongers and praises them enthusiastically. In any event, telling them on camera that Christian fighters are the ones killing them, in this manner they ought not kill Muslims.

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“He is free while Chiwetalu Agu was captured? Nigeria can’t experience harmony without equity!”

We captured Chiwetalu Agu for affecting Nigerians to join IPOB – Army

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