IPOB, OPC pushing Nigeria into ethnic war – Dambazzau

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A previous Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General Abdulrahamah Dambazau (rtd) has cautioned exercises of the banished Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Odua People’s Congress (OPC) are pushing the country to the verges of war.

He said the two dissident gatherings are supporting new flood of fanaticism that could touch off ethnic clash.

Dambazzau a previous Minister of inside, anyway said the Police have an exceptionally basic task to carry out controlling late tumults the nation over, rather than leaving everything in the possession of the military.

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The previous Chief of Army Staff, who expressed these while conveying a talk to members obviously 5, 2021, Army War College Nigeria, said: “The two gatherings have been putting forth attempts to touch off cross country between ethnic struggles through their vicious assaults on northern occupants or executing organizations in the south as a speedy to understand their fantasy for a separated Nigeria.

“We see matches between BH, a strict limit bunch and the IPOB and OPC, both ethnic fanatic gatherings. Every one of the three gatherings work on the foundation of fanaticism.”

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Head of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Ibrahim Attahiru, communicated good faith the preparation will outfit the members with essential experience design and execute military activities.

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