The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has described as laughable and disgraceful a plot by the DSS, Army, Police, NSCDC in partnership with some few civil society groups to peddle lies and false information against the group.
The group, in a statement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, said the plot was uncovered by its intelligence unit, vowing to expose and disgrace them.
It further accused the Nigerian government and its security agencies of being behind the killings and insecurity in Nigeria, urging its media teams to get ready for the real fight for Biafra restoration projects.
The statement reads in part, “The M.Branch uncovered the meeting where agreement and MOU were signed with civil society groups and some human rights groups except Intersocity group and Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch. The agreement was reached to tell lies against the freedom fighting movement championing the liberation of the people of Biafra.
“IPOB intelligence unit uncovered this evil meeting attended by faceless human rights and civil society groups who agreed to peddle falsehood against IPOB across the world but IPOB family will expose and disgrace them.”
“Amnesty International and Intersocity group were deliberately excluded from the meeting because the organisers know that these transparent rights groups would not key into their wicked plans to be telling lies.
“We are waiting for them and their lies because they will regret their decision and agreement soon. IPOB will not relent in exposing them to the world. We are urging IPOB media teams to get ready because the real fight for Biafra restoration projects is about to begin, and everybody will be ready to tell the world the truth about IPOB activities.
“The Nigerian government and its security agencies are behind the killings and insecurity in Nigeria. They are only trying to use it to tag IPOB as terror group but they will not succeed because the world knows that we are not terrorists. If we were terrorists, we cannot maintain our presence in over 100 nations.”