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Friday, 22 April 2016

DOZIE IKEDIFE SHOULD RESPECT HIS AGE AND BE WISE

DOZIE IKEDIFE SHOULD RESPECT HIS AGE AND BE WISE

By Chima Onyekachi
For Family Writers

Dr Dozie Ikedife has suddenly found his voice and in his usual myopic reasoning, he is using the short publicity given to him to taunt his people, in order to impress his Hausa/Fulani paymasters. True, he is an elder that deserves respect but he seems to have lost that, when he decided to swindle his people to fulfill his personal gain and selfishness. Why was Ikedife silent when peaceful protesters were been massacred? Has Ikedife seem it fit to secure the release of Destiny Amuche,a female teen, locked up in Port Harcourt Prison without trials for over 90 days, because she was suspected to be an IPOB protester. Why can't Ikedife use the media publicity given to him to speak on the invasion of Fulani Herdsmen into Biafraland, and the National Grazing Bill currently on its second reading in the Nigeria Senate Chamber.

Dozie Ikedife cannot speak because he is a politician and an ally to Muhammadu Buhari whom he vigorously campaigned for in Onitsha and environs during the 2015 election poll. He also endorsed the Islamic party of All Progressive Congress (APC) and openly supported the candidature of Chris Ngige and Muhammadu Buhari. Also, Ikedife led other self centered Igbo politicians to visit and congratulate Buhari on his election victory, even before he was sworn in as President. I hope Ikedife is satisfied over the killings of innocent Biafrans under the administration of Buhari.

Dozie Ikedife is an agent of the Northern Oligarchy,been used to cause confusion and acrimony in Biafra land and he must be jettisoned. Ohaneze Ndigbo began its political harlotry and Arewa fraternising under the leadership of Ikedife, which led to the total collapse and unrepairable state of the organisation. Ikedife should stop pretending to be a freedom fighter and concentrate on his political ambition. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the known leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) and has lead by example. Ikedife should wake up now and realize that Supreme Council of the Indigenous People of Biafra (SCIPOB) is now defunct and not known by Biafrans. Ikedife can continue to use his contracted law agent- Bille Human Right Initiative (BHRI) to pursue the Biafra restoration in Owerri High Court and wait for its countless adjournment.

It should be noted that BHRI is an organisation, supposedly linked to UN and was hired by the defunct SCIPOB to pursue its case for self-determination. Due to the corrupt nature of those that constituted BHRI, it got entangled in the corrupt state of Nigeria and began to receive bribes from Nigeria government. BHRI deliberately delayed the case in court by changing attorneys for the case on every court sitting which in essence calls for adjournments of the said case. BHRI has also engaged in importing foriegn artisans to act and pretend to be foreign diplomats working for the restoration of Biafra. Ikedife should seek counsel from retired Colonel Joe Achuzie(the Hannibal of Biafra), on how to behave like an elder who wants to be respected and honored. Finally, as Amarachi Gift Ibeh of Family Writers has stated "If indeed you are the leader of IPOB, command them".

As for Dr. Chukwuma Egemba who claimed he is founding editorial board member of Radio Biafra and still living in the past and lost argument of who are the true leaders of IPOB and Radio Biafra. I think the response of Special Representative for the Indigenous People of Biafra and editorial board member of Radio Biafra, Carol Munday is well enough. The response is as thus: "go to Londons company house and pull up the official legal records going back to 2009 and check out all the titles and deeds and copyrights held. And only two names you will find,the director and deputy director, Nnamdi Kanu and Uche Mefor".

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