The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has lambasted the former Governor of Abia State, Orji Uzo Kalu for saying its leader, Nnamdi Kanu has escaped to London via Malaysia.
Kalu had claimed in an interview while reacting to the sudden disappearance of the IPOB leader, following the alleged invasion of his, Kanu’s, residence on September 14 by security operatives that he had escaped to the United Kingdom.
But reacting to Kalu’s claim, IPOB classified the former governor as “mentally unstable or beholden to the Fulani caliphate interest, to the extent that he has almost lost his senses.”
The pro-Biafra group stressed that Kalu’s claim was an indication that he will do ” anything to escape his ongoing corruption scandal.”
In a statement signed by its spokesperson, Emma Powerful and sent to DAILY POST, IPOB said it is not unexpected of a man who has “spent his entire fraudulent life lying, deceiving and running errands for his Hausa Fulani Islamic caliphate masters to make this laughable outburst.”
The statement reads in part: “It has come to the knowledge of the worldwide family of IPOB and it’s leadership concerning the wild and widely reported comments of Orji Uzor Kalu regarding the whereabouts of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. This man Orji Uzor Kalu have again made claims that could only classify him as either mentally unstable or beholden to the Fulani caliphate interest, to the extent that he has almost lost his senses.
“His spurious claim that the overall leader of IPOB and prophet of our time Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has made his way to London via Malaysia is confirmation that he would do or say anything to escape his ongoing corruption scandal.
“Worse still, he might be a hapless victim of a well orchestrated blackmail by his Hausa Fulani Islamic masters or on hallucinogenic drugs. That men like Orji Uzor Kalu rose to the lofty height of a governor in the South East is indicative of the mess and moral bankruptcy at the heart of governance in that region, he should not be blamed.
“In the second republic, men like Orji Uzor Kalu would only be found useful as a political thug.
“That a man that have spent his entire fraudulent life lying, deceiving and running errands for his Hausa Fulani Islamic caliphate masters made this laughable outburst is not entirely unexpected. We expect many more compromised Efulefus to follow suit in the coming days.
” After all selling collective Igbo interest and by extension that of Biafra has been their hallmark all their political lives. It didn’t start today but their era is coming to an end.
“Biafrans are now well accustomed to Hausa Fulani errand boys euphemistically referred to as Igbo leaders coming out once in a while to condemn what is in the collective interest of the people.
“They have no qualms about conniving with Hausa Fulani Islamic soldiers to kill and maim their own people as long as their meaningless and fake status of Igbo leader is left intact.
” Only a man without honour, a clearly definable paternal lineage as tradition demands and devoid of honour will spout such unfounded uncorroborated nonsense in the hope of letting Buratai off the hook for the abominable atrocities his soldiers committed in connection with the disappearance of our leader when his home was raided on the 14th of September 2017.
“Both the United Kingdom and Malaysia are civilised countries and not as corrupt as Nigeria, where there is no accurate record of migration in and out of the country. What Orji Uzor Kalu is saying in essence is that United Kingdom government officials are lying when they rightfully demanded the whereabouts of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“For the information of those who may have fallen for the bare faced lies of Orji Uzor Kalu, United Kingdom is an island nation surrounded by water and near impossible to enter without being documented. If our leader is in the UK their government will not bother demanding he be produced by the Buhari regime. Lying it seems runs deep in APC.
“It is not right to apportion blame to Orji Uzor Kalu alone but to the entire people of South East and Abia State in particular for allowing such a shamelessly proud Hausa Fulani slave to rise to political prominence. There is no other more humiliating indictment of the an entire race than that of a man who in traditional Igbo setting would not be allowed to speak in public, suddenly rose to political prominence in a land brimming with academic brilliance and excellence in every field of human endeavor. There seems to be an ongoing battle among so-called political leaders in Biafraland as to who will emerge the anointed son of the Fulani caliphate. “