Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka [Photo: The Sun]

Catholic cleric Ejike Mbaka has warned the Buhari regime against extrajudicially killing of members of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB).

Mr Mbaka a staunch supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari gave the warning in a recent video clip circulating on social media.

He extended the warning to Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State, saying the governor has deviated from his promise to protect the people of the state.

The cleric who has now called for the impeachment of the Nigerian leader who he said is now incompetent particularly on insecurity said he will not fold his arms and watch members of the seccessionist group demanding the actualization of the defunct Biafra Republic being killed unjustly.

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He also indicted the government which he alleged as the arrowheads on insecurity, particularly in the South-East region.

“The job of the government is to be killing people, calling them terrorists instead of giving them jobs,” Mbaka alleged. “People should go to farms, they should farm, farm, farm, after farming herdsmen will go and eat the crops and herdsmen will not be branded terrorists.

“If the government will not sit up and do what they should do, begin to roll out the money they parked for 2023, that 2023 may not come. It will be a story of tragedy.

“How can our children be killed?…just listen you will hear about killing. Nobody is safe again in this country. As far as I am concerned I will not support terrorism neither will I allow you to brand our children terrorists when they are not.

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“If some people broke the prison in Owerri, arrest them, interrogate them. So for people (security agencies) to go around and kill our young men without trying them is evil.

“How you just open your mouth, like Hope Uzodinma is doing in Imo State. Somebody who came here and put his hand on this alter and swore he will protect the lives of Imolites is now organizing the killing of the same Imolites and he wants me to keep quiet? Mbaka queried.

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