Major Reasons That Made Nnia Nwodo And Ohanaeze To Engage In Dialogue With IPOB

Major Reasons That Made Nnia Nwodo And Ohanaeze To Engage In Dialogue With IPOB

The Two Major Reasons That Made Nnia Nwodo And Ohanaeze To Engage In Dialogue With IPOB


Many people do not understand that Nnia Nwodo is part of the Nigerian cabals. Sometimes we think that cabals are foreigners or some invisible beings, without knowing that cabals are past and present Head of states, Governors, Top Military officers and Ministers which Nnia Nwodo is one of them. Nnia Nwodo is directly working for Nigeria to make sure that IPOB accept Nigerian politics which will mean the end of IPOB and the Restoration of Biafra. Ohaneze wants IPOB to join them in their meaningless slogan of Restructuring Nigeria which is a slogan that they are using to try to silent every voice of freedom and common sense.






Nnia Nwodo knows fully well that he and his Ohaneze group are no more popular in Igbo land and as a result of that, he knows that his proposed 100 Naira levy on Ndi Igbo will never ever work without the support of the Indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB. Nnia Nwodo wanted to use the levy to cement his authority and control over everyone including IPOB. They wanted to use the money to do one thing or the other in order to fool the people that they are in charge. Nwodo who can not stand boldly and demand that Nigeria should stop exploiting our natural resources and impoverishing our people is the same person who is trying to impose levy on our people who can barely eat one square meal a day. The truth is that IPOB took the best decision in pulling out of any dialogue with Ohaneze who promised to sabotage the Restoration of Biafra.





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