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Buhari support group accuses South-East govs of complicity over IPOB’s proscription

Buhari support group accuses South-East govs of complicity over IPOB’s proscription

Beatrice Onuchukwu, Awka

A pro-Muhammadu Buhari support group; Good Governance Ambassadors of Nigeria (GOGAN) has pointed accusing finger at the Governors of South-east zone for their complicity with the authorities in the Buhari-led government in the proscription of the non-violent freedom fighters Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB).

Speaking during the unveiling of the group in Awka, GOGAN’s Anambra State chapter chairman , Chief John Bosco Onunkwo accused the governors of compromising and aiding the invasion of the Afaraukwu, Umuahia country home of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu and killing of family members, villagers and some pro-Biafra agitators in Abia State.

Onunkwo stated that the Southeast governors as chief security officers in their respective states initiated the process of proscription of IPOB, followed by the clampdown on the agitators across the federation..

He maintained that the governors should be held responsible for the IPOB’ s ban and other atrocities that greeted the invasion, stressing that President Muhammadu Buhari should not be roped in the matter.

The GOGAN boss noted that the Igbos should be blamed for whatever woos that are due to them adding that non appointment of Igbos into juicy ministerial positions was due to the thoughtless rejection of Buhari in the 2015 Presidential election.

He attributed the visibility and enjoyment of juicy positions by the Southwest zone are on account of their support for Buhari and called on Igbos to vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in 2019.

Onunkwo scored President Buhari high in his performance in office in the last three and half years stressing that the APC government has done well in the areas of security, economy and fight against corruption in which Buhari has had to touch the untouchables.

He defended the atrocities of the killer- herdsmen whom he described as professional business rather than merciless terrorists, stressing that 90 percent of Nigerians depend of the herders’ meat for survival.

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