Obasanjo Is A Serial Betrayer Of Ndigbo

By Ikenga Chronicles January 2, 2017

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Monday, January 2 suffered serious verbal attack from the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra(MASSOB) over his statement when he visited the South East.

Recall that Obasanjo was recently at the South East Economic Forum held in Enugu where he called on Ndigbo and their governors to take their destiny in their hands by developing the South-East geographical zone instead of waiting for the government.

The group through its leader Uchenna Madu warned the Igbo to beware of their romance with Obasanjo who has been known as a serial betrayer. He dscribed recent closeness of Obasanjo to some Igbo leaders as ominous.

The statement reads in part: “Obasanjo’s current political antics, romance and friendship in Igboland is suspect and dangerous to the political survival of Ndigbo in Nigeria.”

“During his eight year tenure as Nigeria’s President, he consciously and willfully created political problems for Ndigbo.”

“He initiated several political frustrations against Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Imo states during the tenure of Orji Uzor Kalu, Chinwoke Mbadinuju, Chimaraoke Nnamani.

“Obasanjo denied Igboland infrastructural development, he politically witch-haunted our people. He also mesmerised Ndigbo by changing Igbo senators and senate president.”

“Today Igbo governors of Abia, Ebonyi and Enugu States are celebrating him by inviting him to commission projects in their respective states.”

The agitators added that “During his eight year rule, he never visited Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu or showed concerns to his position as Igbo leader.”

The group alleged that Obasanjo was working secretly through “some disgruntled Igbo politicians to destabilise the developing cohesion among Igbo leaders.”

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