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Wednesday 10 June 2020

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The youth wing of Ohanaeze Ndigbo has given a two week ultimatum to ''killer herdsmen'' in Igboland to quit the forests and bushes in the area or be ejected by force.

Speaking at a press conference in Enugu on Tuesday June 9, the National leader of Ohanaeze youths, Arthur Obiorah, said indigenes have suffered a lot in the hands of the ''killer herdsmen''.

“We have suffered enough in the hands of these killer herdsmen who maraud our area; maim and kill our people recklessly. They rape and defile our wives and daughters. So, we can’t bear it any longer. Anyone who wants to live in Igboland is free to do so but must not live in our bushes. That’s why we have given them two weeks to vacate the bushes and forests,” he stated.

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