MASSOB urges IPOB to ignore Uwazuruike

Chidi Samuel

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) on Monday  in a statement by its new leader, Uche Madu, urged the Indigenous People of Biafra to ignore Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, the founder of MASSOB.

Madu while reacting to the war of words between Uwazurike and another Pro Biafran group IPOB, lead by the detained Nnamdi Kanu, said that Uwazurike was no longer relevant in the Biafran struggle. He stated that Uwazuruike was ‘already discredited’ and therefore should be ignored.

According to him, “The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra has advised our sister organisation, Indigenous People of Biafra, to stop creating more relevance for Ralph Uwazuruike, whose personal and group image has been diminished and battered by his sabotage against Biafra, lust for mundane things, including his open romance with enemies of Biafra.”

Uwazuruike, recently described Kanu and IPOB members as “faudsters who are out to deceive gullible people”, while IPOB responded by calling Uwazuruike a ‘traitor’, accusing him of betraying the struggle for the restoration of Biafra by working with “Hausa/Fulani Islamic jihadists.

 

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