Biafra: Ex IPOB Deputy Leader Uche Mefor Becomes New Secretary To Asari Dokubo

Uche Mefor, ex Deputy of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, has joined Asari Dokubo to fight Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

News recalls that Ex-Niger Delta militant, Dokubo had announced himself as the leader of the new “Biafra de facto customary government”.

Uche Mefor who was Nnamdi Kanu’s Deputy has been appointed as Secretary of Information to the group formed by Dokubo.

A source that spoke with Newsmen on the condition of anonymity revealed that Uche Mefor decided to join Dokubo in order to fight his former Boss, Nnamdi Kanu whom he had vowed to expose.

News reports that Mefor had said  “over my dead body will I not expose NNAMDI Kanu”.

He noted that “Nnamdi Kanu castigates politicians on Radio Biafra, goes behind to collect money from them, he put us in a mess but shutting down UK IPOB to cover up will not save him, Mefor said.

Our source said “the plan is to accuse Nnamdi Kanu of embezzling funds meant for the progress of IPOB and payment of the newly established Eastern Security Network, ESN”.

“They will pay Nigerian media to be pushing the story in order to paint Nnamdi Kanu as a bad person”, our source.

Nnamdi Kanu Remains Unshaken Despite the moves by Uche Mefor and Asari Dokubo, Nnamdi Kanu is unshaken over their plots.

News reports that Nnamdi Kanu has continued his routine broadcast on Radio Biafra.

Kanu has continued to charge the operatives of Eastern Security Network, ESN to protect “Biafraland”.

Recall that some operatives of the Eastern Security Network (ESN) established by the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu invaded the camp of Fulani herdsmen in Enugu State, chasing them away and killing two of their cows.

In a trending video obtained by Newsmen, ESN operatives were seen chasing the herdsmen out of the forest.

It was learnt that residents of the area had earlier told the herders to stop destroying their farms but they allegedly refused.

However, while the herdsmen were chased out of the bush, a serious warning was given to them by ESN operatives not to return if they value their lives.

The video is coming few days after the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) claimed that the leader of Fulani bandits, Mohammed Isa, whom they arrested a few days ago in Benue State, had been killed.

Media and publicity secretary of the group, Emma Powerful, revealed on Thursday that the ESN would not spare terrorists.