MASSOB Delivers Shocking Message To Two South Eastern Governors

By Ikenga Chronicles February 5, 2017

The Movement for Actualization of Sovereign of State (MASSOB) has described as shameful, the banter between governors Rochas Okorocha and Willy Obiano of Imo and Anambra States respectively.

The group also threatened to invoke the “bitter wrath” of Ndigbo “ancient Oracles” against both men.

Following a claim by Okorocha that three governor of the region will soon be joining the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), the two governors have been at each other’s throats, cross-firing selves with insult words.

Reacting, MASSOB leader, Uchenna Madu in a statement at the on Saturday called on the governors to desist from their disgraceful attacks, adding that it has become a slap and insult to Ndigbo and a shame on the governors.

“For one to be a governor is not criteria to insult Igbo traditional respect or the ancestors. MASSOB holds Okorocha responsible for openly declaring that three Igbo governors will soon join APC. If he was sure of his words, why didn’t he mention their names and evidences of such meeting or plan?

“Today, our political detractors are happy celebrating this political madness that is capable of disorganizing our people. This is a political ploy by APC to heat up the Anambra political arena in readiness for 2017 governorship election in Anambra state,” part of the statement read.

Madu further said that APC as a political party has no room for accommodation of Igbo interest in its manifesto, accusing its leader, President Muhammadu Buhari of having incurable hatred for the South-East region.

He said, “Even President Buhari as helmsman of APC has pathological hatred against Ndigbo. So Governor Okorocha should wait till 2019 when the mainstream of Igbo populace will determine with our massive votes which political party Ndigbo will identify with.

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