The Indigenous People of Biafra, or IPOB, has urged Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State to take an oath for the Southeast’s deaths.
Uzodinma was challenged by IPOB to sign an oath that he had no involvement in the killings in Imo State and the Southeast.
Emma Powerful, an IPOB spokesman, claimed that Uzodinma and lawmakers conspired to construct a phony Eastern Security Network, or ESN, that is terrorizing the region.
The All Progressives Congress, APC, leaders, according to Powerful, are attempting to burn the Southeast fire in their desperate drive to gain control of the region.
Powerful encouraged the people of the region to hold APC lawmakers accountable for the security situation in the Southeast in a statement he signed.
“The simple reality is that Hope Uzodinma and his colleagues traitors have formed a false ESN to sow panic in the South East and ultimately demonize IPOB, but we are smarter than them,” Powerful says.
“We challenge Hope Uzodinma to declare an oath that he was not involved in the killings in Imo and Anambra.”
“We understand that some naive minds may still refuse to accept us, but the reality remains that the APC, in its desperate attempt to grab control of the South East, has set the region on fire due to politics.”
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“The APC and desperate politicians in the South East should be held accountable for the mayhem in the zone aimed at subduing Ndigbo.”
After challenging armed Fulani herdsmen in the region, IPOB asked why it would kill civilians in the Southeast.