The Special Counsel to IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, Aloy Ejimakor, has accused the federal government under President Muhammadu Buhari of ethnic stereotyping.
Ejimakor asserted that sectarian impulses and ethnic profiling were the driving forces behind Buhari’s administration.
Using such profiling, he claimed, led to extrajudicial executions in the Southeast.
The Special Counsel was responding to a report that military personnel had allegedly killed some Ogbaru, Anambra State, civilians.
In the Ogbaru region of Anambra State, soldiers are alleged to have opened fire ruthlessly and killed a number of defenseless civilians.
Sharing the story on his Twitter handle, Ejimakor said the lack of neutrality in Nigeria’s security formation was fuelling insecurity in the Southeast.
According to Ejimakor: “Insecurity can be fueled by lack of neutrality in a nation’s security leadership/formations.
“It’s worse when the government of the day is driven by sectarian impulses & ethnic profiling. This is what is driving the spates of extrajudicial killings in the Southeast. #Ogbaru.”
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