Biafra National Guard Writes Open Letter To The Daily Post:”President Muhammadu Buhari Died Long Ago, The Current President Is A Product Of Plastic Surgery”

The Leader of The Biafra National Guard, BNG has alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari died long ago; the current president is a “product of plastic surgery”.

In the statement sent to the DAILY POST, Innocent Orji maintained that the current Nigerian president is an impostor. See his open letter below: 

“The President of Nigeria is a product of plastic surgery because we are very convinced that Buhari died long time again, has also threatened our people with death. Upon his arrival, his maiden speech was hate speech against the people of Biafra in whose context; the word destroy targeted the people of Biafra. We wish to use this medium and remind the people of Biafra that the product of plastic surgery sitting in Aso Rock is determined to crush us. The bad news for impersonator of Buhari in Aso Rock is that Biafra National Guard under the leadership of General Orji shall do everything humanly possible to militarily defend the people of Biafra”.

BNG also stated that it would do everything humanly possible to defend the people of Biafra who have the right to live that no man born of a woman can deny. 

The group promised to oppose any form of ethnic cleansing or genocide against the people of Biafra.

General Innocent Orji says he would resist the crushing of his people because that was why His Excellency Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu gave him the rank of “General”.

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