Reacting to the blocking of food supply by Fulanis, Nnamdi Kanu , has said it is an act of war to block food supply to the South West.
News Mail Nigeria reports that Indigenous People of Biafra leader, Nnamdi Kanu , described the blockade as an act of war.
Nnamdi Kanu in a tweet wondered why President Muhammadu Buhari would allow such.
“Nigerians know that the Fulani does not farm. Yet, it’s the Fulani that is blocking movement of farm products from North to South.
“Such blockade should be considered an act of war, yet the Fulani @NGRPresident tolerates it. If the South blocks oil and gas, they will levy a massacre.” He tweeted.
NEWS MAIL NIGERIA reported earlier that the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria (AUFCDN) has confirmed that their leader is with Department of State Service, DSS.
The leader of AUFCDN, Mohammed Tahir , was invited by the DSS over the blockade of foodstuffs to the South West as protest for the security of Fulanis in the South West.
The union, which gave the government a seven-day ultimatum to compensate its members, also alleged the payment of multiple taxes in the course of the cross country supplies.