Malami Wants Tucano Jets Deployed To South-East – Ohanaeze Alleges

Apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has dished out a warning to the Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami against any plot to deploy the newly acquired Tucano jets to the South-East zone.

The warning came after Malami gave a press conference in which he detailed purported system vulnerabilities by the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, or IPOB.

It has now been characterised by Ohanaeze as the latest attempt to explain the anticipated deployment of fighter jets to the South-East zone, where the IPOB is pushing for secession.

Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro, Secretary-General of the Chidi Ibeh-led Ohanaeze Ndigbo, stated as much in a statement.

The statement read: “Malami is setting the stage for the justification for the deployment of the acquired Tucano Fighter Jets to the Southern part of Country.

“The Federal Government has concluded the strategies to use the Super Tucano Fighter Jets in the South-East.

“We raising this alarm because it appears that there is a concluded plan to invade the Sout-East in the name of fighting terrorism but they should reconsider the lives of innocent civilians who are at risk of these plans”.

“we are aware of the conditions attached to the acquisition of the Tucano Jets, which was limited to the Boko Haram terrorists in the North-East.

“What Malami is doing now is to convince the world that the IPOB is a terrorist organization and then unleash the jets on the South-East and totally annihilate the Igbos. This is totally unacceptable.

“We are calling on President Buhari not to deploy any Tucano Jets to the South-East. We believe that bandits that shot down Military Aircraft and shot at Abuja/ Kaduna Train should be declared terrorists before any deployment to the South-East.”

Source; Ghgossip.com

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