The Indigenous People of Biafra yesterday said the mission of the group is being misconstrued by most Nigerians.
It said the group had not thought of using war as a solution to achieving its objective of self determination.
The group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful described its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, as a peaceful and civilised person who would not want to be quick at going to war.
All the Igbo citizens in Adamawa State are equal indigenes and have the right to stay in every part of Nigeria.
This was part of the Sallah message of the State Governor Muhammadu Jibrilla when he received the Igbo community.
The state police command also assured them of safety.
Menawhile, the Inspector General of Police, Idris Ibrahim, says there will be henceforth zero tolerance for officers and men of the force who violate electoral laws in the country.
The police boss, who was speaking at an event in Abuja, recently, disclosed that the force is bent on protecting the sanctity of the electoral process and would not tolerate any infringement on the laws of the land.