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Kanu: MASSOB warns FG, backs new Ohanaeze leadership

From Emmanuel Uzor, Abakaliki

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra

(MASSOB) has warned the Federal Government not to toy with

the lives of leaders of pro-Biafran groups, Nnamdi Kanu, Chidiebere

Onwudiwe and others  standing trial courts across the country.

MASSOB leader, Uchenna Madu, insisted that Nnamdi Kanu and other Biafra

agitators committed no crime against Nigeria state, adding that their

only crime was their belief and involvement, commitment and continuous

agitation for independent Biafran Republic.

According to Madu, “MASSOB sees the rigmaroles, secret trial and over ambitiousness of Nigeria State Security Services (SSS) and Prison Services as a gravely sign of jittery, frustration and incompetence of Buhari-led Nigeria government.  Justice Binta Nyako is directly playing the tune of his Fulani Islamic brother for the interest of Sokoto caliphate.

“The people of Biafra shall never succumb to this systematic

intimidation; the so called secret trials will never see the light of

the day because my brothers Nnamdi Kanu and others did not commit

secret crimes. MASSOB will continue to support and stand in solidarity

with Nnamdi Kanu and other Pro Biafra agitators incarcerated because of Biafra”

Madu further stated “we also remember the traumatic plight of our

members detained at Onitsha and Awka prisons since 2006, they include

Innocent Orji, Sabastine Amadi, Ikechukwu Chikwem, Peter Igbokwe,

Uchenna Nicholas, Uche Idika, Casmir Odokara, Eni

Kalu, Chidiebere Ezekwem, Chima Asoh (cripple), Ojimba Anyanwu, and

Ndubuisi Okam”

MASSOB  also congratulated the new leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo led by

Chief Nnia Nwodo and urged the apex socio-cultural Igbo group to know

that piloting the affairs of Ndigbo on the platform of Ohaneze Ndigbo

is strictly based on Igboism which means Igbo political, economical,

social, academic, religious interest first before Nigeria and personal

interest.

 

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