From RAY EJIKEME, Enugu
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has flayed comments by one Sako Ekome whom the group described as ‘a self-acclaimed President of Ambazonia’, saying Ekome’s claim that he was not consulted before the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Biafra and Ambazonia was signed, is a clear indication that he is not a genuine freedom fighter for the Ambazonian nation.
“We, therefore, wish to inform him that Biafra does not recognize traitors and selfish fellows like him. He is too inconsequential and unreliable to be consulted or involved in any deal between Biafra and Ambazonia. We don’t recognize him because he is not working for the people of Ambazonia. He has never had their mandate. We know his sponsors and whose interests he protects,” IPOB responded in a statement today by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Comrade Emma Powerful.
“The only true Ambazonian leader recognised by Biafra and our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is Dr. Cho Ayaba. Dr. Cho Ayaba and Co have been busy fighting for the liberation of their people and fighting the terrorist leaders in French Cameroon led by Paul Biya. But instead of supporting the sacrificial, patriotic and genuine efforts of Dr. Cho Ayaba to liberate Ambazonians from the Camaroonian bondage, treacherous Sako Ekome has been hobnobbing with murderous Biya-led government of Cameroon to undermine and betray his people,” IPOB added.
“Sako Ekome should stop seeking attention, he has not shown any commitment to prove he and his co-travellers are for the good people of Ambazonia. Hence, Our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB movement cannot have any dealing or consultations with him. We are wise and literate enough to know our friends and allies. We have no time for traitors.
“So, we hope that Sako Ekome is now better educated on why he was not consulted and could not have been consulted during the signing of the MOU agreement between Biafra and Ambazonia against our common enemies. This Sako Ekome is an unstable character. Has he forgotten so quickly what he did when he met our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu?”