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Breaking: IPOB Receives Massive Blow, Critic from Gov Soludo


The Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) has continued to receive massive blows from Anambra state Government led by Prof. Charles Soludo.

Latest was accusations that IPOB may not have manifestos and working mechanisms posted on Facebook, @SoludoTv which is one of the social media handles of Gov Soludo.

Post on Gov Soludo's page critic of IPOB
Post on Gov Soludo’s page critic of IPOB

The posts read “I sincerely doubt that IPOB has a manifesto and working mechanisms. I assume it is a mirage to an extent. Simon Ekpa lacks Momentum and what it takes to see his people flourish. His economic and welfare state acumen is Zero. They are better-off out of our bushes and towns. If you are intelligent enough, you shouldn’t be harming your own”. — Chiedu Okeke

“This very statement gave me some intellectual orgasm. I have continued to imagine how strategic it would be to displace an intellectually fecund population of Igbo humans, if that’s all we can offer the world. There comes a time when quota system fails, a time when nepotism is certainly not enough. That time was exemplified by an Obasanjo when he populated his cabinet with the best of Igbo Intelligentsia”.

“Now, for a second I want to imagine the scenerio if a Soludo was in the bush agitating for “freedom”, and an Okonjo-Iweala was in America acting as “Eze-Nwanyị mmiri”. Or an Oby Ezekwesili was in Zurich sending messages of war to Obasanjo and Ndị Igbo. May be an ABC Nwosu was in Finland laundering slush funds for Igbo youths for the purposes of buying light arms and small weapons”.

“Where would we have been if these class of ndi Igbo were prancing about with arms killing our people?”

“I don’t want to think that Ndị Igbo as a people were probably overrated”. — Mazi Ejimofor

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