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War on ‘Mkpurummiri’ consumers, distributors in South-East - IPOB

 In the South-East and its surroundings, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, have declared war on methamphetamine users.

The Biafra agitators described youth consumption of the substance known as Mkpurummiri in the local language as an "ugly trend," and requested communities to keep an eye on where such drugs were being marketed in their areas and report to the IPOB offices closest to them.

Emma Powerful, the secessionist group's Media and Publicity Secretary revealed this on Tuesday in a statement made accessible to our correspondent in Awka, the state capital of Anambra.

"We, the IPOB global movement and family, note with absolute dismay, a very nasty and frightening trend among some youths in Biafra land who have turned to the ingestion of a destructive hard narcotic methamphetamine known as "Mkpurummiri," according to the statement. This is an unusual and unacceptably bizarre occurrence. 

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" This same hard drug renders Almajiris useless in the north, and we will not allow this madness to spread among Biafran youths. We see how the Department of State Services used Mkpurummiri to cause a slew of problems in the North, which eventually morphed into Alamajiri and janjaweed.

“We won’t allow that to happen here in the regions; we encourage every community to have departments to checkmate those selling and taking Mkpurummiri.”

While accusing some security agencies of complicity in the racketeering of the hard drug, IPOB said, “Communities must ensure they report those involved in this madness to IPOB office for proper torturing because we don’t want this into our territory.

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