IPOB Disowns Factional Leader

IPOB Disown Parade Factional Leader
IPOB protesters Photo: twitter

The outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has disowned one Okwudili who was allegedly paraded by the Department of State Service (DSS) as the group’s factional leader.

IPOB in a statement on Thursday also described the arrest as laughable, stressing that that no level of propaganda can dissuade theme from pursuing their goals.

“We in the IPOB view as laughable the latest attempt by the Nigerian secret police, the DSS to rescue one of their sinking Igbo slaves… by seeking to deflate attention with the concocted, faceless, non-existent ‘Okwudili’ they claim is heading a ‘faction’ of IPOB,” the statement read.

“The DSS as a spy agency should work harder at infiltrating IPOB because all their efforts so far have failed miserably and will continue to fail because we are the most disciplined mass movement anywhere on earth today.

“Parading what is in effect a ghost as fake IPOB  leader to give the impression that IPOB is divided is a wretched joke anticipated four years ago by the highest command of IPOB and something we knew would happen, so we are prepared for it.”

In addition, the party said, “It did not come to us as a surprise when this morning DSS hurriedly issued their usual ‘Okwudili’ press statement to the media.

“If this fake Okwudildi does exist, how come there is no picture of him anywhere, he doesn’t address any gathering, he has no village, no parents, nothing.

“He is a mirage, a figment of the imagination of DSS and corrupt Igbo leadership. ‘Okwudili’ we know for sure exists in DSS’ computer hard drives and no place else.’’

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