MASSOB accuses founder of selling out

Uwazuruike will be the most happiest man if Nnamdi Kanu is dead. Uwazuruike who claimed that he expelled Nnamdi Kanu from the struggle is making caricature of himself and his MASSOB faction.

Ralph Uwazuruike-Leader of the Movement for Actualisation Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB).

Members of the Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra, (MASSOB), have accused their leader, Ralph Uwazuruike, of deviating from the principles of the struggle.

ThisDay Newspapers reports that Uchenna Madu, factional National Director of Information, MASSOB, said in a statement that “MASSOB condemns the hypocritical call of Ralph Uwazuruike for Nnamdi Kanu’s release. Uwazuruike hates Nnamdi Kanu and celebrates his detention because he is jittery that Nnamdi Kanu has taken over the mainstream of Biafra actualisation, which attracts major international sympathies.”

“Uwazuruike will be the most happiest man if Nnamdi Kanu is dead. Uwazuruike who claimed that he expelled Nnamdi Kanu from the struggle is making caricature of himself and his MASSOB faction.”

Adding that "MASSOB also condemns the sudden wake up of Ralph Uwazuruike to establish another Radio Biafra to counter the current Radio Biafra broadcasting all over the world.

“This Uwazuruike’s Radio, which he levied N250,000 on each region (L.G.A.) of his followers in South-east, Rivers, Delta and some Western States, through which he raised about N70 million, has been diverted to another Uwazuruike’s personal venture," the statement said.

Madu also accused Uwazuruike, of collecting billions of Naira to support Goodluck Jonathan’s second term bid.

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