Group accuses Ohaneze of betraying the Igbo race

Biafra supporters have been agitating for the release of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu who was arrested by the DSS.

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB).

The Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSSOB), has accused the Igbo group, Ohaneze Ndigbo, of betraying the Igbo race.

Ohaneze had released a statement, saying that they were not in support of the agitations of the group, adding that Biafra is dead.

This is coming after Governor Okorocha advised the Biafra agitators to embrace peace, which he said is the only way to the development of the zone.

Biafra supporters have been agitating for the release of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu who was arrested by the DSS.

Responding to the comment by Ohaneze, the national director of information of a faction of MASSOB, Mr. Uchenna Madu said “The wide acceptance and consciousness of Biafra can never be thwarted or dislocated by disgruntled Igbo. How can a self -acclaimed Igbo leader openly and shamefully disown and condemn Biafra, which is the living symbol of Igbo survival?

“MASSOB still believes that Ohanaeze Ndigbo cannot disown Biafra because the national leadership is still silent on this issue. But if finally it does, the Igbo nation will also disown and expel them from Igboland.”

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