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Nnamdi Kanu blast Uwazuruike over ESN remark
The chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has lashed out in opposition to the founding father of Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) Ralph Uwazuruike over his current insistence on the Eastern Security Network (ESN).
IPOB leader on Wednesday stated Uwazuruike is disturbed by overdose use of hard drugs which makes him display like a possessed individual.
It was compiled that the IPOB chief’s assertion comes days after the MASSOB leader declared that the ESN under IPOB is not a legal safety body for the people of the southeast.
Speaking on Tuesday he noted alleged that Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader who formed the ESN has no power to establish such a group.
Uwazuruike put up the notion on Tuesday whereas conversing with TVC’s correspondent on ‘Your View’ programme.
In line with him, only Governors from the region possess the constitutional powers to establish such outfits and that’s the reason he and his group are adopting the ‘Ebubeagu’ not too long ago set up by the governors.
He additionally slammed Kanu and ESN, saying the safety group subsists only on social media.
Replying to the assertions, Kanu, via Emma Powerful, the group’s Media and Publicity Secretary, noted they’ve decided to ignore Uwazuruike’s remark describing his view in relation to that of a possessed man who can also be under the influence of strong pills.
He stated: “We don’t wish to dignify Uwazuruike with response because people knew him very well that he’s on drugs each time and he is flippantly talking like someone who’s possessed.”