The Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has challenged Lai Mohammed the Minister of Information and Culture call the names of the treasury looters that he allegedly claimed that is sponsoring the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB.
Ayodele Fayose made this statement when he was inspecting the construction of the first overhead bridge ever in the state capital Ado-Ekiti of Ekiti state.
Recall that Naijland.com has earlier reported of a post where the Minister of Information and Culture on his statement on Sunday 17th September 2017 said that the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB group are being sponsored by disgruntled politicians and treasury looters. He also said in his statement that the sole aim of the people sponsoring the IPOB group is to use them as a tool to disrupt the peace of the country Nigeria and to make sure the country is not at rest.
Read his statement below:
Alhaji Lai Mohammed said: IPOB is being sponsored by those I will call the coalition of the politically-disgruntled and the treasury looters. They believe that by sponsoring this group to destabilise the country and trigger chaos, they will realise their ambition of escaping justice and then be free to dip their hands into the nation’s treasury again.
The past few days have been a trying one for Nigeria with the activities of the so-called Indigenous People of Biafra reaching a crescendo and threatening the unity of our dear nation, Nigeria.
The Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose said:
its high time Nigerians begin to hold the Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed accountable for his claims.
Talking about the military face off with the Indigenous People of Biafra in the South East and the army exercise called the Python Dance II going on in the South East, South-South and South West, the Governor advised the Federal Government to try dialogue with the Indigenous People Of Biafra Group and their Leader Nnamdi Kanu. He further suggested that the Federal Government should not exercise force as it will cause more bloodshed and loss of lives.
Fayose also called on to the United Nations UN and International Criminal Court to thoroughly investigate the abominable crime committed by the Military all in the name of Military exercise against Nigerians residing in the South East.