It Was Only A Pronouncement; We Didn’t Declare IPOB A Terrorist Group ─ Buratai

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Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Buratai, voiced out on monday evening that the defence Headquarters did not declare Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a terrorist organization in the country.

He made it know while speaking during  the official launch of Operation Python Dance II in Abakaliki, the Army Chief who argued that what the Defence Headquarters did was a pronouncement on IPOB added that the statement of the military gave room for the right steps to be taken on the matter. .

According to Buratai, the action of the FG concerning IPOB was right and that the military did not over step its bound towards the protection of lives and properties in the country. .

“You have to get it very clear. First of all, what the Defence Headquarters did was to make pronouncement. It wasn’t a declaration per se. But this has given room for the right step to be taken. I think the government is doing the right thing.

He also said, It is not that we are overstepping our bounds. We are still within the limits. And I ensure you that what the military said was to set the ball rolling and to bring the awareness to the public that this is what this organization is all about. .

I’m happy that the government has done the right thing right now." Buratai further assured the people of the Southeast that the Army will abide by the rule of law and rules of engagement in carrying out the Exercise Egwu Eke II which kicked off on Saturday in the region.

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