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BREAKING: IPOB abolishes position of deputy leader as tension escalate in the rogue movement

The bitter war which erupted in the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) months ago has taken a different dimension after the zoom meeting their former deputy leader, Uche Mefor had with some selected audience.

Recall that ElombahNews had reported about the present implosion which has ripped the rogue movement into pieces, causing a lot of egg heads in the organization to resign.

The former deputy leader of IPOB, Uche Mefor recounted how he was humiliated and stopped from accessing radio Biafra London by the powers that be. He accused the leader of the outlawed organization, Nnamdi Kanu of bastardizing the principles of command and control and fraternising with the same politicians he vowed never to associate with.

He laid multiple allegations against the fugitive leader of IPOB which also culminated to the establishment of Biafra Human Right Radio and his resignation from the organization.

Moreover, since the case has gotten to stage of dog eat dog, the Directorate Of State (DOS) has responded to Uche Mefor’s allegations.

In a press statement by IPOB DOS, which is the highest decision making body of the outlawed organization, Mefor was accused of insubordination, exercise of unilateral power and endangering the lives of other Biafrans in London who are asylum seekers.

However, after enumerating some of the sins of Uche Mefor, the deputy leader position in the movement was automatically abolished.

Below is the full text of the press statement.

IPOB press statement

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