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IPOB Crackdown: Army Allegedly Arrests, Blindfolds 40 Igbo Youths

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Ngstudents understands that the over 40 arrested members of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) were reportedly arrested and blindfolded by Nigeria army and were taken to Ohafia barracks.

An eyewitness who took to social media on Sunday revealed that the arrest of the fresh set of IPOB members maybe linked to the hunt for members of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) few days before Enugu incident happened.

Nigerian Army Arrest Fresh Set Of IPOB Members

Report reads: “The Nigeria military just drove into their barracks in Ohafia this night in their two hilux pick ups fully loaded with some young men all blind folded and their hands tired back wards , actually nobody know where they took them from.”

However, reacting to the arrest, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the outlawed Biafran group has during his live presentation on Radio Biafra, warned the commander, Brigadier Solomon Tunde of Ohafia barrack to be mindful of those held under his custody for possible “execution”.

Kanu further warned that should anything happen to any of the 40 men allegedly taken to Ohafia barrack on Sunday night, that the commander will be in “serious trouble”.

This comes as this reliable online news platform had reported that Nnamdi Kanu might be in a serious trouble following the recent meeting involving President Muhammadu Buhari and his service chiefs. 

The meeting was held in the previous week with the service chiefs in attendance.

In the meeting, matters of national security were discussed with the President giving an express order against criminal elements in the country.

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