Nigerian Government Using Nnamdi Kanu To Destroy Biafra – MASSOB Founder, Uwazuruike

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The founder of the Movement for the Actualisation of
the Sovereign State of Biafra, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, has said the
Federal Government is using the leader of the Indigenous People of
Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, to destroy Biafra.

In an interview in the current edition of The Interview, Uwazuruike
accused Kanu of working hand-in-glove with the security services to
destabilize the struggle for Biafra, starting with the forthcoming
November 18 governorship election in Anambra State.

“Nnamdi is fighting against Biafra,” Uwazuruike said. “The security
agencies have seen Nnamdi as somebody with a high value that they can
use. They heard him shouting on radio and they approached him and he
accepted to work with them.”

Ralph Uwazuruike and Nnamdi Kanu

He continued, “No election in Anambra State is aimed at favoring the All
Progressives Congress (APC) to edge out Governor Obiano through
destabilization; that’s the only thing and it’s being arranged by the
security agencies, using Kanu.”

The MD/Editor-In-Chief of The Interview, Azu Ishiekwene, described
the current edition as “a rare insight into the complex and troubling
identity politics confronting the country.”

The MASSOB founder said it was regrettable that his efforts to
achieve Biafra by peaceful means were being sabotaged by Kanu who has
been hijacked by security agencies and some pay masters he refused to
name.

In the interview, Uwazuruike said, “I know the mansions that Nnamdi
Kanu and people like him have abroad…let Kanu keep disgracing himself
like he’s doing now, because I know he’s being funded and I know those
funding him.”

He described Kanu’s arrest and bail conditions as a setup, wondering
why a man who was released on health grounds has not visited any
hospital since his release from detention.

He criticised the Muhammadu Buhari administration for lacking the
capacity to govern, saying, “APC won an election but didn’t have a plan
to govern.”

Uwazuruike said former Independent National Electoral Commission
Chairman, Professor Attahiru Jega, rigged President Goodluck Jonathan
out of office, adding that, “If Jonathan had remained the president of
Nigeria till today, the US dollar would not have exchanged for more than
N50. Nigeria will still beg Jonathan to come back.”

Also in this edition, Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, reflects on his
recent legal battles with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission;
while development activist, Furera Isma Jamure, provides some insights
on her efforts to raise role models in the North.

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