"Igboland is Landlocked' Ndigbo can't fight Nigeria says Uwazuruike

Leader of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) Ralph Uwazuruike, says it’s impossible for the Ndigbo to take up arms against the Nigerian state.
Uwazuruike said the South-East states are landlocked and as such, do not have the needed deep sea ports to bring in arms and ammunition to wage a war.
While speaking at the third anniversary of the death of Odimegwu Ojukwu, the MASSOB leader also gave a brief history of how Rdio Biafra came to be.
Uwazuruike also appealed to the Federal Government to unconditionally release the detained Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.
He disclosed that the members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) who are presently agitating for secession from Nigeria, were once members of MASSOB, who were expelled as a result of violent acts.
“We are not operating from any foreign country. The so called Radio Biafra, London, was opened by MASSOB in London and Nnamdi Kanu appointed as the Director, after MASSOB had operated Voice of Biafra International in Washington DC for three years. The purpose of Radio Biafra London was to showcase the marginalization of Ndigbo.”
“Ndigbo are now second class citizens in Nigeria. They will soon be relegated to the third class. Ndigbo blames the Hausa and the Yoruba for their misadventure. Unfortunately, Ndigbo do not see any reason to blame themselves.
“Today, Ndigbo in their usual character, want to decimate MASSOB. They believe that since MASSOB has not achieved Biafra through non-violence for 16 years that they would achieve it through violence.”
“Igboland is landlocked and that the five states of the South East contribute less than eight per cent of the economy of Nigeria.
“In their little knowledge, they do not know that Ndigbo need deep sea ports to bring in their arms and ammunition to be used to fight an established government of Nigeria.
There is no Sambisa forest connecting Igboland to other neighbouring countries, through which small arms could be smuggled in.”

Culled from Ynaija. 
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4 comments:

  1. Uwazuruike doesn't even no where Igboland starts and stops. It's a shame! He doesn't even know anything about Biafra. Ask Uwazuruike who are Biafrans, he will ignorantly tell you the Igbo. He does not know what led to Biafra. He is just a gallery dancer.

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  2. Uwazuruike doesn't even no where Igboland starts and stops. It's a shame! He doesn't even know anything about Biafra. Ask Uwazuruike who are Biafrans, he will ignorantly tell you the Igbo. He does not know what led to Biafra. He is just a gallery dancer.

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    1. Why is it some Igbos are Sounding War Mongers these , as if we are going to War??

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    2. Hving a deep seas or Samsibas forest are not the only advantages of going to War. The most important factor that is needed for War just like an other organisation is effective and Strong Leadership, which the Igbos do not hv 4now! With the last Civil War, the Igbos had a very effective and Strong Leader, in the person of Emeka Ojukwu, who is also very rich, and cannot be bribed like all these 419s who tout themselves as Igbo Leaders.......

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