We are not afraid of Buhari's threats - IPOB

We are not afraid of Buhari's threats - IPOB

We are not afraid of Buhari's threats - IPOB

But Omokri wondered why the renovation of the president's office had to wait till his return despite the fact that he was away for over three months.

He said President Buhari has given some directives including tackling the threats, which, he said, would be carried out by the military and the security agencies soon.

The directive was disclosed to State House Correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, by the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Abayomi Olonishakin, after Service Chiefs met with Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

"After the meeting also he has directed on some areas we should look at so as to enhance our operations in the country".

"Every security issue, like I said, has been treated and we are going to enhance our operations in all the areas we need to do that".

He said, "The President talked about the unity of the nation, which is non-negotiable".

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According to him, "What IPOB is doing is legal and we are not afraid".

"He also directed that we must ensure that the life and property of the citizens are protected and we must make sure that we secure the whole nation and also that troops that are outside carry out their jobs effectively, " Olonisakin stated. "They were all treated; suggestions were made as to what to do as regards the issues". "Like I said, he (Buhari) has given the necessary directive which will be carried out by the military and security agencies", he said.

Special Adviser to the President on Media, Mr Femi Adesina (r) flanked by the Coordinators of Coalition of Igbo Groups for Buhari, Hon.

"The President should address Boko Haram in the North-East, the unfortunate quit notice by the Arewa youths".

In the closed-door meeting the chief of Air Staff Sadique Abubakar, general inspector of Police Ibrahim Idris, the responsible of State Security Department Lawal Daura and a representative of the chief of Naval Staff have been also present.

"What IPOB has done is to call for a sit-at-home but Boko Haram is a terrorist group, except you want IPOB to go underground like Boko Haram".

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