How Nnamdi Kanu betrayed Uche-Mefor after he told British police that IPOB is a non-violent group | NN NEWS


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By Kalu Nwokoro Idika 

Details of how the former deputy leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Uche-Mefor was betrayed by Nnamdi Kanu after he told British police during interrogation that IPOB is a non-violent organization have emerged.

A source from United Kingdom who exclusively spoke with NewsBand said that Uche-Mefor told the British police during interrogation that IPOB is a non-violent movement and has never since it’s inception engaged in any violent activities.

This was happening before Mefor resigned as the deputy leader of the movement according to the source.

Uche-Mefor according to the UK source was invited along side with Nnamdi Kanu for questioning for allegedly using radio Biafra London to fuel hate and anarchy under the guise of Biafra restoration.

While Mefor honoured the invitation, Nnamdi Kanu snubbed the invite which later resulted to his brutal arrest in Kenya.

The source said, “Uche-Mefor was betrayed by Nnamdi Kanu after he told the British police that IPOB is a non-violent organization. It was after Mefor’s visit to British police that Nnamdi Kanu formed Eastern Security Network and armed them with deadly weapons. The activities of ESN now ended up contradicting what Mefor told British police about IPOB being a non-violent group.

The source continued, “Did you border to ask yourself why Uche-Mefor openly and vehemently condemned the formation of ESN? He did it to exonerate himself after what he initially told the British police about IPOB being a peaceful organization.

The source also said that Mefor had to disassociate himself from IPOB to avoid prosecution by the British government because there was diplomatic pressure from their Nigerian counterpart to tame the growing activities of the group and it’s leaders.

The source said, “Mefor had no option than to leave the group to avoid prosecution in United Kingdom. Nigerian government was piling up pressure on the British government to prosecute the leaders of the organization in UK were their activities was more pronounced.

“The formation of ESN was a huge betrayal on the part of Nnamdi Kanu after Uche-Mefor had told the British police that IPOB is a peaceful organization and doesn’t involve in any kind of violence, the source added.

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