South-East Governors not committed to Kanu's release - IPOB reports that the Indigenous People of Biafra  (IPOB) has accused  South East
governors of showing no  commitment to the struggles for the release of its detained leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Kanu has been in detention since November 2016 despite court rulings ordering for his unconditional release.

IPOB expressed sadness that South East Governors have refused to identify with Kanu's cause whereas  their counterparts in other geopolitical zones  always spoke out on any issue affecting their subjects or region.

The Zonal Coordinator of the Lion Zone of IPOB Ikwuodia, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Mr. Emeka Mbamarah made the allegation weekend at the traditional wedding ceremony of Kanu’s younger sister, Princess Chinwe Kanu at Afaraukwu Ibeku
Umuahia, Abia State.

He wondered why no sitting governor  from South East has considered it wise to visit Kanu at the Kuje prison where he is currently detained why they are busy junketing the country to honour birthdays of some politicians responsible for Nigeria's woes.

Mbamarah, however, said that "the youths and the masses of Biafra who Kanu is suffering for" would continue to identify with him despite the indifference of the governors.

He added that whether or not the governors support the struggles for Biafra, " our leader Nnamdi Kanu will surely come out with Biafra flag."

The IPOB helmsman said that no amount of frustration or intimidation by anybody would scuttle the struggles for Biafra independence which he said " is a mass movement".

"The youths will engage in all manner of peacefully revolution to get our  leader out ones and for all", he declared.

He however, reminded the governors who distance themselves from the agitation " that a day of reckoning is coming".

Adding his voice, a Germany-based IPOB member, Mr.  Eric Nwokonna said Biafra would be restored " sooner than expected", hinting that the necessary documents would soon be completed.

He said that a number of foreign countries including Israel and Germany where we have the highest number of IPOB members , were already lending support to the struggles for Biafra liberation.

He expressed the confidence that Biafra would be actualised without another war, explaining that " our father who sacrificed their lives during the 30- month Nigeria civil war have paid enough dues for our liberation".

Nwokonna enjoined all Biafrans who are yet to join in the struggles to come on board before they would regret their indifference.

The ceremony was massively attended by friends of the family as well as members of IPOB from all walks of life.

South-East Governors not committed to Kanu's release - IPOB South-East Governors not committed  to Kanu's release - IPOB Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Monday, March 06, 2017 Rating: 5

No comments: