The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has berated South East governors for visiting the Presidential Villa, Abuja and praising President Muhammadu Buhari, describing the show as an act of cowardice and display of inferiority complex.
The governors had hailed Buhari for the ongoing Federal Government projects in the geopolitical zone.
Speaking at a church in Enugu on Sunday to celebrate Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu Memorial Day, leader of MASSOB, Uchenna Madu, noted that the Igbo governors had shown that they lacked empathy for the general Igbo populace but are always after their own pockets.
He said the visit was a show of inferiority complex by the Igbo governors.
However, Madu advised them to emulate governors of other regions that have not gone to Aso Rock to praise the president for doing his statutory duty.
“Why must you thank Buhari because of the 2nd Niger Bridge; something that is your right, something that by now ought to have been completed? You are thanking him for a project that was not funded in the last three years and in the next 10 years is not going to be materialistic? That is to show you the inferiority complex of our leaders,” the MASSOB leader said.
Madu warned that the 2019 general election may be the last with Nigeria as a united entity, saying that the group was poised to actualise its mandate, which is an independent Biafran nation.
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