Leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and controversial Nigerian blogger Kemi Olunloyo have both alerted Nigerians about a looming danger in the land.
Kanu, in a tweet, disclosed that a drone owned by the Nigerian Army was sighted at Mbaise, Mbano and Obowo communities of Imo state. The IPOB leader urged the state residents to be at alert and be ready to defend their land.
In a related development, Olunloyo has raised an alarm that the Nigerian government is planning to switch off the internet because of the #SayNoToNigeria hashtag.
“Get Ready, The Govt is getting ready to switch off the internet like Pakistan and Myanmar because of your Hashtag #SayNoToNigeria There will be NO NOTICE.”
Meanwhile, the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, one of the umbrella bodies of herders in Nigeria, has urged security agencies to deal with terrorists killing Fulani herders in the South-East region.
The spokesman for the group, Saleh Alhassan, had urged security agencies to intensify efforts in dealing with all terrorist elements in the country, particularly those terrorists killing Fulani herders, burning police stations, prisons and destroying institutions in the South-East.
According to him, no fewer than 50 herders have been killed in the South-East in the last month.