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MASSOB Factional Leaders Threaten To Expose Past Dirty Details

MASSOB Leader Nwazurike

By Ignatius Okpara, Enugu

The ensuing rivalry crisis between the new leader of the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Uchenna Madu, and the ousted head, Chief Ralph Uwazurike, is getting worst by the day, as the duo still engage each other in accusations and counter accusations.

The Madu’s group Tuesday vowed to expose alleged sexual atrocities by his rival, Chief Uwazurike.

It would be recalled that the Madu-led MASSOB, had recently announced Uwazurike’s expulsion from the group, a development that compelled the embattled factional leader to immediately declare that he had re-branded MASSOB to Biafra Independent Movement (BIM).

Uwazurike on his part, has also vowed to expose all Madu’s dirty deals which he perpetrated using the name of MASSOB.

National Secretary of the Madu led faction, Comrade Ibem Ugwuoke Ibem, had in an unedited text massage sent to news men in Enugu on behalf of his group threatened to disgrace and expose Uwazurike’s gross misconducts.

The text read: “The new leader, Uchenna Madu has never collected any money from FG, this is a lie from pit of hell to paint our leader black; he spent two years with Uwazuruike in DSS detention, Suleja and Keffi prisons from 2005 to 2007; before Uwazuruike was released, Uchenna spent another two years.

“As the closest officer to former leader and image maker, he has vowed to expose all Uwazuruike’s dealings with Nigeria Government under Jonathan, Ezu River case; the death of Chief Innocent Ogbuehi (former Umuahia MASSOB leader); immoralities with Married/female students of Owerri etc.

“MASSOB under Uchenna Madu will continue in non-violence agitation with other genuine pro Biafra groups. IPOB should not allow drowning man like Uwazuruike and his astrayed BIM to deceive them.”

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