– The group questions the authority of Nnamdi kanu to oppose the coming Anambra state gubernatorial election
– IPOBR says anybody with useful information about the whereabouts of Nnamdi kanu should contact it for prompt action
A rival pro-biafra group, the leadership of the Indigenous People of biafra Rebranded (IPOBR), has declared Nnamdi kanu wanted for allegedly betraying the cause of biafra which late Odumegwu Ojukwu handed down to his descendants before his demise.
The director-general of the IPOBR, Mazi Ibekwe Ozuruigbo, in a statement sent to NAIJ.com on Monday, September 04, accused the IPOB leader of bringing public hatred on the entire Igbo race as a result of his careless utterances and actions.
The group said: “We wonder who gave Mr. Kanu the power to say Anambra State election scheduled for November this year would not hold?
“As the true representative of the biafran People, we are asking Anambrarians to come out en masse to vote for candidates of their choice in the November election without fear of molestation from anybody.
The group said anybody with useful information about the whereabouts of Nnamdi kanu should contact it for prompt action.
He claimed that the government hired a look-alike Sudanese man named Jubril to come and stand in for buhari.
The IPOB leader made the allegation in a video footage which surfaced online on Sunday, September 03, 2017.
In the footage, Kanu when addressing some IPOB supporters alleged that the man posing to be president buhari was brought to the country after extensive surgery.