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Mudered Fulani Herdsmen Ohaneze faults DSS report

Another Igbo group, Aka Ikenga has also called for an autopsy to be carried out on the corpses the Department of State Services (DSS) alleged to be Fulani herdsmen.

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Igbo socio-cultural group, Ohaneze Ndi-Igbo has criticised the Department of State Services (DSS) report that accused members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) of killing over 50 suspected Fulanis and burying them in a mass graves in Abia state.

The President General, Chief Gary Enwo- Igariwey in a signed statement, said  “Ndigbo are curious and very suspicious of the reasons behind the DSS statement, which indicted IPOB as responsible for the act.

 “Such statements are very unprofessional and capable of inciting the polity and endangering our unity.

“We urge Ndigbo to continue to live in peace with fellow Nigerians and resist any action that will breach peace in the country.”

He also said “We are further aware that the Governor of Abia State, who is the Chief Security Officer of the state said the security organisations in his state, including the DSS were unaware of the discovery as it had not been reported to the State Security Council, which he is the chairman.

“The governors of Abia and Imo states, at a joint press briefing on Monday April 11, condemned the act and attributed it to kidnappers and criminal elements,”

READ: Okorocha, Ikpeazu disagree with DSS report

The DSS recently alleged that its agents discovered a mass grave graves in a forest in Isikwuato Local Government Area of Abia State, containing Hausa-Fulani residents allegedly killed by members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB).

Meanwhile, another Igbo group, Aka Ikenga has also called for an autopsy to be carried out on the corpses the Department of State Services (DSS) alleged to be Fulani herdsmen.

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