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NEWS UPDATE: IPOB: HURIWA hails USA for banning use of Tucano Jets in Southeast

NEWS UPDATE: IPOB: HURIWA hails USA for banning use of Tucano Jets in Southeast

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA has acclaimed the public authority of the United States of America for restricting the utilization of the recently gained American constructed Tucano Jets against the individuals from the prohibited Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB in the Southeast.

A explanation by the National Coordinator, HURIWA, Emmanuel Onwubiko asked the United States to screen the Nigerian armed force and guarantee that the concurrence with the Nigerian government on the boycott isn’t violated.

Parts of the assertion peruses, “It is without a doubt endearing to peruse that the United States government says the Federal Government is relied upon to convey the Super Tucano airplane just in the northern piece of the nation where Boko Haram fear mongers have drawn in the Nigerian State in a very long term insurrection killing thousands and dislodging millions.

“This, along these lines, blocks the chance of the Federal Government sending the security hardware in the South-East notwithstanding the assignment of the banished Indigenous People of Biafra as a psychological militant association and the setting up of the outfitted Eastern Security Network by IPOB”.

The Rights journalists additionally requested individuals from the secessionist bunch, IPOB, not to include themselves in crimes during the impending governorship political decision in Anambra State.

HURIWA cautioned that any activity that would “crash the lead of the Anambra governorship political race isn’t to the greatest advantage of the South East of Nigeria yet is the underhanded wish of the foes of Ndigbo”.

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