– Prophet says Biafra struggle cannot come to reality because Igbos cannot rule themselves

– Reveals what will happen to those behind Fulani herdsmen killings

Biafrans have been advised to shed their struggle for a Republic as it will not come to a reality.

This was the verdict of Apostle Johnson Suleman, the General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, who urged them to shun the Biafra agenda and seek relevance and not creation of a nation.

In a chat with Encomium last weekend, Apostle Suleman stated categorically that “Biafra is dead and buried.”

According to him: “The Igbo cannot even rule themselves, they should go and sit down.

“There is IPOB, MASSOB, you can see that they are already having division. You have not been able to rule yourselves and you want to rule a nation, it’s not possible.

“They should forget this agenda and seek relevance and not creation of a nation. It’s now a mind-set. It’s not achievable because the real people who would have fought for Biafra are no longer in existence,”Apostle Suleman, who said God will punish President Buhari’s government, stated.

On the issue of Fulani herdsmen killings, the revered clergyman informed that there is nothing like Fulani herdsmen, adding that “it’s all fake.”

“Those behind it will soon be exposed. In the first place, who armed them? AK-47… look at Boko Haram, it’s not yet over.

“What they want to achieve is to put the nation under siege, place Nigeria under the Northern fear. There are people behind them.

“Now, people were killed in Enugu, Aba, who was prosecuted? When the president was told, he said we shouldn’t worry that in 15 months, all these will be over. So the Northerners are free to kill and kill till then? That was the response of a leader.

“Nigerians walk on pillars. Abroad, their strength is their right but in Nigeria, our strength is the godfather. Everything happening is political.”

The agitators for the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) have challenged the Nigerian Army to produce weapons allegedly seized from their members.

This is coming after the killing of protesters on May 30, 2016 in the South East and South-South states.

The group particularly asked the Army to publicly display the purported weapons it seized from the Biafra agitators who were killed in Onitsha on the said day.