Uche Mefor, a former second in command to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has said that IPOB has “false hope” of realizing Biafra Republic.
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Posting on his Fb page on Sunday, the former IPOB deputy said that the “criminlity” in the group will play a huge role of hindering the group to achieve the referendums they so much clamour for.
Mefor also accused the separatist group of committing crimes against humanity across the Southeast, in his words, he wrote on his page saying;
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“We shall continue to state the obvious. The IPOB faction under Nnamdi Kanu squarely and comprehensively lost the argument when they thoughtlessly and overzealously embraced and adopted violence and brigandage that snowballed into criminality under the false hope of using it to restore Biafra.
“And yes, for them, that criminal conduct transplanted wholesale from Ambazonia, the crime against humanity they have been committing against their own, hurting businesses and violating the human rights of other Biafrans is a master to stroke Biafra Independence. They were wrong. They were warned!”