Real Reason Nnamdi Kanu Came Out Of Hiding -  Uwazuruike
IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu. Photo credit: Facebook.

The leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) Ralph Uwazuruike, says Nnamdi Kanu reappeared because of the 2019 elections “so as to deceive the people and mop up money for himself.

Uwazuruike, who spoke in Owerri, Imo state on Monday, told Igbos to ignore the things the leader of Independent People of Biafra (IPOB) said on Sunday in a live broadcast.

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The MASSOB leader said Kanu’s directive to the Igbo to boycott the 2019 elections except there is a referendum, is for his selfish interest.

Concise News recalls that the pro-Biafra activist resurfaced in Jerusalem, Israel after 13 months’ absence, saying he would come back to Nigeria to oversee the emergence of Biafra.

“I decree that there is no longer South East or South South Nigeria, it shall be known as Biafra, without referendum nothing will happen in Nigeria. IPOB will not participate in any election and that position will never change,” the IPOB leader had said.

Countering Kanu, Uwazuruike told Igbos that Kanu was only deceiving them, adding that it is to their detriment if they do not vote.

“Last time, he carried a campaign that there wouldn’t be election in Anambra state and what eventually happened in the end?” Uwazuruike asked.

“Today, he has started again. He is back again after several months, because election is just by the corner, so as to deceive the people and mop up money for himself as the IPOB leader and in the name of fighting for the realisation of Biafra independence.

“That he ran away after a while and reappeared during the electioneering period is deceitful.

“The issue of no election is a constitutional matter. Kanu does not have the powers to say that election can never take place in the south-east.

“The truth is that in the south-east, we have only five states and what a presidential candidate, for example, only needs to win his or her election is two-thirds majority vote.

“If the five states out of the 36 states, including the FCT, do not vote and 31 states vote, two-thirds majority would still be gotten. The president then has the powers to appoint anybody to be in charge of the other five states who do not vote. This is, therefore, politically detrimental to Ndigbo.

“These are things some Igbo people do not know. Kanu has started his campaign to cause more confusion for our people, which I call campaign of calumny and deceit. He is being used to destabilise Ndigbo towards gaining the independence of Biafra.”