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Imo: Vacate office now; Biafra Zionists gives Uzodinma two-week ultimatum

Supreme Court verdict in Imo State takes another dimension on Tuesday, February 4, as Separatist group, the Biafra Zionists Federation (BZF) asked the Imo State governor, Hope Uzodinma to vacate office within two weeks.

The President of the group, Benjamin Onwuka who gave the ultimatum on Tuesday, saying, Uzodinma is “an impostor who will never enjoy the support of Imo people owing to lack of legitimacy” .

“We have watched with keen interest in developments in Imo State and have now come out to make our stand known.

“Our position is that a man who could not win even one local government area cannot preside over the affairs of Imo people,” Onwuka declared.

He noted that though the Zionists were ‘Biafrans’, they would not fold their hands and watch the destiny of their people pilfered away.

The Zionists leader declared that “Imo State is part of Biafraland and for that reason, there is no way an impostor would come from nowhere to govern them, insisting that what is happening in Imo State affects every Igbo man.

“They clearly chose their governor through the ballot, so we are at a loss on how someone will jump from 4th to 1st position through the magic calculation of the court.

“We have it on good authority that Uzodinma was brought in as part of the game plan to actualize the Islamization and Ruga agenda, but it will not stand.

“He has two weeks to vacate that seat and allow the rightful occupier, Emeka Ihedioha serve out his term.”

Onwuka also sounded a note of warning against the defecting Imo lawmakers, stressing “they are going to pay a heavy price for that.”

The group also attacked the prophecy of Enugu Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, stressing “God deals with facts not hearsay; that’s what he does not understand.”

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Uche Emmanuel

Uche Emmanuel is a seasoned editor and reporter. He graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State. He studied Psychology. A blogger for the past 5 years.

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