Monday, November 30, 2015 9:44 pm
The Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has inaugurated a new leadership, after its national officers deposed Chief Ralph Uwazuruike as leader.
The new leadership was headed by the group’s former National Director of Information, Uchenna Madu, while Ugwuoke Ibem Ugwuoke, emerged as National Secretary.
MASSOB at the ceremony, warned Uwazuruike “to stop parading himself as MASSOB leader or using Ojukwu’s name to dupe Ndigbo or garner personal fame to pursue his political ambition.”
The new national secretary, Ugwuoke read a communiqué signed by the national officers and administrators at Okwe, MASSOB’s Headquarters:
“The development is to redeem and revive the lost spirit and confidence of the Biafra revolution in our people and Biafra friends and sympathizers.”
“A vote of no confidence and total rejection has been passed on Ralph Uwazuruike. His inability to sustain and maintain Ojukwu’s dream of Biafra actualization, his deviation into the mainstream of Nigerian politics and using the Biafra struggle to enhance his selfish political ambition in Nigeria are the reasons for our rejection of his association with Biafra struggle.”