"We Will Resist Nnamdi Kanu's Rearrest With Our Last Blood," MASSOB Reaffirms, Fires Warning To South East Governors
Just as the governors of the South East are lately, seemingly making moves to reconcile their stance with the pro-Biafra agitators, the Movement for Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), under the leadership of Mr. Uchenna Madu, has fired warning to them, calling on them to desist from any step that could undermine the Biafra struggle.
This was after the group’s meeting in Abakaliki, capital of Ebonyi State, with some of its national officers.
According to the communiqué it issued through its Ebonyi State Coordinator, Ikenna Kalu, which was signed by both Ikenna and all local government coordinators of the state, said any governor in the South East who was not supporting Biafra agitation was an enemy of the Igbo.
The communiqué partly read: “We are determined to actualize Biafra through
non-violence since we don’t have guns or any weapon. We insist on absolute freedom of Biafra because not even Igbo presidency or restructuring will stop us from agitating for Biafra because that is where we come from.
“We are warning Igbo governors to be careful and avoid any step that is against Biafra. They should be careful of any step that is against Biafra freedom. Igbo are suffering, we are in bondage. So, anybody that is not with us is against us. South East Governors should be careful with any step that is against Biafra freedom.
“No amount of Uwazuruike’s BIM will stop us or even their cheap black mail that will stop us from actualizing Biafra. Our meeting with Ohanaeze Ndigbo was not for any political interest but for the overall interest of the Igbo.
On the planned arrest of leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, by the federal government, the group vowed that it will resist it with its last blood.
“We will fight, we will resist with even our last blood if they attempt to arrest Nnamdi Kanu again. We want to remind Nigerians that they are sitting on a time bomb”, it said.