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BREAKING: IPOB Deputy Leader, Uche Mefor Resigns, Floats New Radio

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Mazi Uche Mefor, the Deputy leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has resigned from his position.

Oriental Times reports that Mefor has also floated a new radio station to continue the call for Biafra independence.

The former right hand man of Nnamdi Kanu named his new radio ‘Biafra Human Rights and Freedom Radio’ (BHFR).

In a warning message to IPOB leadership shared on his Facebook page on Monday, Mefor wrote;

“Any further lies/falsehood, blackmail and character assassination will be reciprocated in full.The formation of group of fake Facebook accounts is the direct handiwork of those in the Directorate and acquiesced by the IPOB leadership. You must all COMPORT yourselves and advise your masters who RECRUIT YOU to tell the lies by themselves. The coming days, weeks, months and even years ahead shall be difficult if you throw caution to the wind. If you underestimate this, we shall definitely be in for a long haul.”

Oriental Times gathered that massive resignation recently hit the pro-Biafra group.

Amaka Ekwo, Nnamdi Kanu’s Press Secretary and IPOB New Media & Special Duties Coordinator had on Saturday announced her resignation.

More to follow.

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