Nnamdi Kanu, Uwazuruike are on their own-says Biafran War Veterans Patron

www.odogwublog.com reports that the Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra,IPOB, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu as one on a personal interest and self egoism.

Grand patron of Biafran War veterans, Dr. Ramas Asuzu who stated this described Kanu’s activities as one that smacks of self adulation, wondering why the euphoria of a hero since regaining his freedom.


 According to Asiuzu. this was the way Chief Ralph Uwazuruike of the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign state of Biafra,MASSOB, started and ended up enriching himself and abandoning the struggle.
 He noted that before Kanu would embark on the struggle, he should have consulted Igbo leaders widely and seek their input rather than taking a plunge that has not yielded any result so far.
“Late Odumegwu Ojukwu fought for the course with his whole might, yet, the world powers deprived us that freedom.

“Though, Nnamdi Kanu started with negative approach by abusing everybody through Biafra radio. Before such liberation journey, I think he should have consulted the elders. I don’t know if he actually did so, but as the grand patron of War veterans, I suppose to be on the roll.” Ramas stated.

The spiritual head of Igbo emancipation further lamented how Ndigbo have been losing out in the country’s power play warning that the actualization of Biafra is not the panacea to Igbo’s problem.
 According to him, “I think the right of Ndigbo should have been the top priority of Kanu before the agitation for Republic of Biafra.
“I am warning that with the present position of the Country, Nigeria may likely disintegrate naturally, without shooting a bullet.
 “I don’t think there is need for any agitation in order to realize Biafra. The only best way for that is through the optimum implementation of the national Conference report.
 “This is the only way out; let the power be at the centre, so that the component zones will not be weak: let the South East be governed independently while the North West be on their own, likewise others.
 “This will stop the craze of second tenure and the madness of being in power perpetually. Causing violence or abusing people in the radio will not bring any solution to our problem.
 “Biafra can never be dead but only when the Igbos speak with one voice, the dream shall come true.
 “Nnamdi Kanu may be right in whatever he is agitating for but who can predict what the mind habours.
 “Whatever they are doing is on their own, and that is why the South East governors have been mute over the whole deal.
“For me, if Kanu really wants to do anything, he has to properly consult the Igbo Elders Council.They sit down together to know whether Knau should be the leader because we have seen them a lot.”
 Ramaz however expressed his happiness over the release of Kanu but noted that he ended up making Kanu popular by taking so long a time to grant him his freedom. 
 “I thank the Fed. Govt. and President Mohammadu Buhari for having done something that supposed to have been done for a very long time because the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu has made him to be one of the famous men in the world.
“The demonstration of his mindset for Igbo liberation has given him a pact on his shoulder because I don’t know any Igbo man that would present himself to fight for the liberation of Igbo nation from the shackles of marginalization in Nigeria.” He noted.
Ramas also took a swipe on the leader of MASSOB, Uwazuruike, contending that his actions were more of a Chinese revolution which looks like drinking tea in the interest of the masses.
“When Uwazuruike was agitating for Biafra nation, he was not using Limousine but now he moves on fleet of exotic cars with private security and he doesn’t talk any longer.
 “So, we don’t know the mission of Nnamdi Kanu also, because within a short time, he may start using private Jet.” Ramas stated.
Nnamdi Kanu, Uwazuruike are on their own-says Biafran War Veterans Patron Nnamdi Kanu, Uwazuruike are on their own-says Biafran War Veterans Patron Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Monday, May 15, 2017 Rating: 5

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