IPOB: Igbo Governors, Ohanaeze Protecting Hausa/Fulani Interest


By ‘Dotun Akintomide

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has indicted South East governors and politicians in the region of protecting the interest of “Hausa, Fulani” oligarchy to frustrate the people of the region.

In a statement by its Head of Directorate of State, Chika Edoziem, the Igbo socio-political organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo and some other leaders in the region were also accused of serving the interest of northern establishments.

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The group averred that as long as their masters are pleased with their work of ensuring that Biafra people are “economically, linguistically, religiously, politically and culturally emasculated,” they do not “give a damn.”

Edoziem said, “Biafrans must understand that Ohanaeze Ndigbo, governors of South-East states of Biafra, and a good number of the present crop of politicians are serving the interest of their benefactors, the Hausa/Fulani oligarchy, that put them in power.

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“They, therefore, in the first place, do not give any consideration about the sorry state of affairs in Biafraland. As long as their masters are pleased with their work of ensuring that the Biafran people are economically, linguistically, religiously, politically and culturally emasculated, they do not give a damn.”

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