The Movement For The Actualization Of The Sovereign State Of Biafra (MASSOB) has slammed its sister group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), over the latter’s comments on associating MASSOB with their former leader Ralph Uwazurike who was reportedly sacked over breach of trust.
In a statement released today, MASSOB said:
“MASSOB, under the leadership of our leader, Comrade Uchenna Madu, expresses dissatisfaction and sadness over this allegation from our sister organization, IPOB, and we advise that the statements should be thoroughly investigated because our image and name had been adversely affected.
“MASSOB understands that IPOB, while making the statements, was referring to Ralph Uwazuruike’s betrayal and sabotage. If Uwazurike, as a person, is accused of being corrupt and sabotaging the Biafra struggle, it does not mean that MASSOB as an organization, had betrayed Biafra struggle.”