Second Republic lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed has depicted the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as “bastards” if they can’t cause another civil war, in their battle to gain Biafra.
He said this while taking note of those individuals of the South-East and the gathering ought to have learned their lessons from the last civil war and try to prevent another
Talking with The Sun, the previous administrator, and a social analyst said after losing more than one million people to the war, individuals of the South East should not think about another civil war.
According to him, “We must be extremely watchful. We know the historical backdrop of the individuals who are making agitation in Lagos. At in the first place, they told the Igbo: ‘Go. When you go, we would go.’ The Igbo left. You know what happened? They take control over all Igbo premises, all Igbo organizations, Igbo bank accounts.
“If Igbo are not stupid, will they jump at the chance to go and do a similar thing once more? It was MKO Abiola who said that if you volunteer your head toward a few people to break a coconut, you won’t be alive to eat the coconut.
“The Biafra side lost around one million individuals and all destructions. If the IPOB members need to attempt it once more, I challenge them to try it. If they don’t attempt it, they are bastards. How about we see what happens.”
The former lawmaker additionally blamed cases that Northern governors were talking for the benefit of the entire locale as respects restructuring.
He stated, “Firstly, I don’t represent any governor. Also, as a politician, I have only scorn for every single Nigerian governor. if you think those supposed Northern governors represent the North, you are deceiving yourself. At the point when the chips are down, the individuals who represent the North will rise.
“I trust no governor speaks the North. if you think they represent the North, why not state that the governors in the South-south represent their geo-political zone? For what reason must you say it is the Northern governors who represent the North?
“As far as I am concerned, I am prepared to participate in the open deliberation on rebuilding just if the individuals who are clamoring and agitating for it can reveal to us what it is they need by restructuring and they characterize it with the goal that someone like me can get it. I am not prepared to participate in discussion with individuals who are essentially dishonorable and dishonest.”