The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has condemned the recent visit of the South-East Governors’ Forum to President Muhammadu Buhari.
MASSOB described the governors’ visit to thank President Buhari for the purported constructing of 2nd Niger Bridge as an act of inferiority complex.
Leader of MASSOB, Mazi Uchenna Madu, who spoke, on Sunday, at a special church thanksgiving to commemorate Odumegwu Ojukwu’s Memorial Day at St. Paul Catholic Church, Olori, Awgu in Awgu Council Area of Enugu state, charged Biafrans to keep faith in the struggle for Biafra.
MASSOB also wondered whether other regional governors have also visited the president to thank him for attempting to construct any project in their regions.
Why must you thank Buhari because of the 2nd Niger Bridge; something that is your right, something by now that supposed to have been done?
You are thanking him for a project that was not funded in the last three years and in the next ten years is not going to be materialistic? That is to show you the inferiority complex of our leaders,” he said.
Madu said that the thanksgiving was to commemorate the memorial of late MASSOB leader, Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, which was celebrated by pro-Biafra struggle across the Biafraland and a remember of the priceless contribution of the late Ojukwu to the freedom of Biafrans.
Today we are in the church to celebrate our hero, Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu, who joined his ancestors some years back.
MASSOB is very much hopeful in Biafra restoration because when we started the journey we believe that we must actualise Biafra.