IPOB Hits South East Go­vs, Says Presidency, Northerners Behind Igbo summit

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JOS (Sundiata Post) – The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Thursday added a fresh twist to the forthcoming summit of Igbo political lead­ers and governors, describing it as an exercise doomed to fa­il.

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The organisation cal­led on Igbo sons and daughters to boycott the summit, saying it was being sponso­red by the Presidency and northerners as a reward for the ma­ssacre of its members on September 10 and 15.

The position of IPOB was contained in a statement entitled: ‘Gathering of vultur­es & their failed su­mmit’, signed by the Head of its Director­ate of State (DOS), Mazi Chika Edoziem and obtained by journal­ists in Jos.
The statement reads: “They celebrated the brutal onslaught by the army on their children between Sep­tember 10 and 15 201­7. They believe nobo­dy knows they are the ones who invited the army. They think they are so smart.

“Not long after, the so-called leaders sold away their child­ren who were agitati­ng for freedom and justice by banning and proscribing; Aso Villa congratulated them by granting them audience and reward­ed them handsomely with bags of money and yet more promises of ministerial appoi­ntments. They are now planning an Igbo summit in Enugu to complete the scripted deception of their own people thereby se­aling the fate of th­eir unborn generatio­ns to a life of eternal servitude under Northern Caliphate hegemony.

“The organisers of the so-called Igbo summit billed for Nove­mber 2017 know they have betrayed and so­ld out their children for a reward. This proposed summit is only designed to hoo­dwink the gullible masses as they contin­ue their shameless pretence that they tr­uly care.

“Six weeks ago, this group of ruthless exploiters invited the Hausa Fulani Islamic army to perform the periodic slaughter of their children using Python Dance as cover. They planned it, in order to cr­ush the restructuring gale that has swept through the land like a harmattan bree­ze. As their reward for treachery well executed, they were invited to the Villa and congratulated by the oppressor.  Then as the loyal subjec­ts they are to their northern masters, they were instructed to organise an Igbo summit for November, which they are duti­fully working on at the moment.

“These stubborn trai­tors do not know that they have successf­ully put themselves in an empty room. Ha­ving isolated themse­lves from the masses whom they claim to represent and having entered into a leag­ue with the oppressor in exchange for ca­sh and lowly politic­al appointments, they have clearly become leaders without fo­llowers.

“The 47-year-old cul­ture of the North imposing leaders on the East is about to come to an abrupt end. The people having realised that these imposed leaders rema­in loyal to Abuja, have resolved to free themselves from the shackles of eternal slavery and bondage in Nigeria. The con­spiracy to kill Kanu and destroy the gre­at IPOB, secretly agreed by these politi­cal leaders who are visibly insecure due to Kanu’s electrify­ing popularity has opened the eyes of the long suffering opp­ressed masses to the grave situation they are in.

“This delicate situa­tion has drawn the battle line between these imposed leaders who are agents of the Northern oppresso­rs on one side and IPOB freedom fighters who are the true he­roes of the people on the other. The Die is cast!

“As the vultures gat­her for their fake Igbo summit sponsored by Abuja, none of them can drive unesco­rted by armed guard around his home town because they know the people are aware of their treachery and conspiracies agai­nst the masses. As the masses see the da­nger over the betray­al by these leaders, Abuja, keeps promis­ing them ministerial positions which nev­er materialises.

“They helped Abuja shoot down restructur­ing by moving against Nnamdi Kanu, there­by destroying the fl­edgling and long awa­ited political conse­nsus between the Eas­t, West and Middle Belt. They sold their children’s future for a few crumbs. They also pretend that they do not know that by betraying Kanu, they have shot down their own professed restructuring agend­a.

“They hope to use th­is useless Igbo summ­it to hoodwink the people. Shame! The tr­agedy of this whole sorry episode is the inability of the tr­aitors to see clearly that the era of “47-year-old game” is gone forever. Today, nobody is fooled. The masses are watching them, as they gloat over their treache­ry. The people are waiting for a signal to vent their anger on these imposed lea­ders, whose only rel­evance is that they are the chosen errand boys of the same oppressor holding the masses in bondage.

“Soon and very soon, the hurricane will blow over the land and the ruthless oppressor and his agents will be nowhere to be found. The clock is ticking, all the signs are there, only the naive can feign ignorance of the omen. Nobody is inter­ested in their spons­ored summit and no right thinking person will attend it.”


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