The acts and ways of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been queried by the Biafra Independence Movement, BIM, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike.
In a statement that was signed by his Special Assistant on Social Media Matters, Comrade Emma N. Nnadi, he lamented the act of Nnamdi Kanu and questioned the establishment of the Biafra Country, if such would be the tenet of the new country.
He bewailed the act of using the London-based Radio Biafra to haul insults and abuses on Igbo leaders and elders, such as Chief Pete Edochie and Nnia Nwodo.
While apologizing to those that have been insulted by Nnamdi Kanu, Uwazuruike described Kanu, who he trained as one of his directors in the struggle, as a person that is making the creation of the Biafra country look awkward.
He added further that the creation of the country should not be realized if it would not give room for the freedom of religious worship or better Nigeria in various realms.
He said, “If the new Biafra will be a country where the freedom of religious worship will not be guaranteed, to hell with it.
“If the new Biafra as a country will not be better than Nigeria, to hell with it.
“If the new Biafra will be a nation where someone like Chief Pete Edochie, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, Chief Nnia Nwodo, Alhaji Asari Dokubo (Elabo Edi Abali) and every other elders of the church in the land will be insulted and abused with all cheerful boldness, to hell with it”.
“Ndigbo should forgive the uncouth and irresponsible character” of Nnamdi Kanu.