WAHALA! ! Uzodinma Given Till The End Of The Month By IPOB To Free Its Members


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) yesterday gave Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma a deadline to the end of the month to release innocent Biafra agitators detained in the state and locked up in various cells.

In a statement signed by its press and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB called on Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Igbo religious leaders, civil society groups and women organisations to warn the governor against the detention of innocent members of the group, stressing that they will no longer tolerate the persecution of their members in Imo.


” Hope Uzodimma’ s friends, relatives and associates should tell him to release these innocent Biafrans who have been unjustly detained in Imo State. We give him until the end of November 2021 to do so; failure to do so will test the will of the masses and our irreversible resolve to restore Biafra.

The arrest of peaceful agitators in Biafra is unjustified, while bandits and mass murderers are allowed to roam the streets freely. This hatred against the innocent must stop.


” We want to make it clear to him and his co- traveller that IPOB will never stop in Imo because it is one of the states in the territory of Biafra. Uzodimma and his fellow co- travellers are misinformed and cannot stop our freedom struggle in Imo. We do not want anyone to blame IPOB if we decide to react, ” the statement said.

The group alleged that Uzodimma and compromised security agents have done enough harm to innocent IPOB members and ordinary citizens of the state.


Meanwhile, Governor Uzodimma has donated 10 million naira to the Anglican Diocese of Egbu, located near Owerri, the Imo State capital.

Represented by his Special Adviser on Religious Affairs, Reverend Chidi Nwanebu, at the second session of the ninth session of the diocese at the weekend, the governor urged the clergy and laity to pray fervently for the government and people of Imo to overcome the problems bedevilling them.


The event was held at St. John’ s Anglican Church, Naze, in Owerri North Local Council.

Accompanying the governor’ s spokesman/media adviser, Oguwike Nwachuku, the governor’ s spokesman said, ” Governors will come and go, problems will come and go, but Imo State will remain. ”

Uzodimma vowed to leave the state better than he received it, promising to continue building roads.

In his reaction, Bishop Geoffrey Okoroafor commended the governor for his interest in God’ s business and his generous donation.

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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