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Buhari Made IPOB Popular – SKC Ogbonnia

buhari speech 600x400 1APC Chieftain, Dr. SKC Ogbonnia has come out to say that President Mohammadu Buhari is responsible for the popularity of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB group in Nigeria.

According to SKC, Buhari broke his oath in office by deploying the worst kind of vendetta against Eastern Nigeria because people voted immensely for their native son (Goodluck Johnathan) in 2015 elections.

Ogbonnia believes that move only rekindled the Biafran war and PMB should have listened to advice.

He added that Buhari even allowed Fulani herdsmen to penetrate the country with their bad deeds because he was focusing on IPOB.

His words, “This apparent warpath heightened a call for secession and the tacit support given by the East to the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) led by Nnamdi Kanu. After all, different forms of Biafran movements had existed in every administration in the current Fourth Republic, from Obasanjo, Yar’Adua, to Jonathan.”

“I quickly admonished the President that his move was nothing but a scheme to rekindle the zeitgeist of the Biafran war—hoping to regain his waning popularity within our party and the nation at large. There I reminded him that the Nigeria of 1967 is not the Nigeria of today.

“Yet, General Buhari did not listen. Rather, he declared the Biafran activists as terrorists. It is worth saying, however, that while the president was busy crushing the Biafran activists with land army, he gleefully condoned the deadly Fulani herdsmen, an organization recognized worldwide as a terrorist group since 2014.

“It didn’t take long before a legion of Nigerians in the Diaspora, some of who may not necessarily subscribe to the style or visions of IPOB but are conscious of the scale of injustice in the homeland, were provoked to unleash a worldwide campaign that sufficiently painted Buhari as a dictator and bigot. And the world took note! The toll of the IPOB crisis on national economy, particularly with foreign investment, is well chronicled,”

“Some of these Diaspora Nigerians have also become Biblical Josephs of sort and thus play influential roles in the nation’s foreign exchange, foreign trade, foreign investment, the media, as well as other socio-economic relationships.

“Needless to remind us that the same Josephs are the leading block contributors to the yearly amount of foreign money remitted to Nigeria, which is ironically more than the national budget. As they go, so goes the national image and much more.”

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