South

JUST IN: DSS Invites Uwazurike Over His Video On RUGA Settlement Programme

Shares

While the Northerner who issued a deadline to President to go ahead and implement the suspended RUGA project in 30 days, or southerners will be thrown out of north, is working around free. Ralph Uwazurike the MASSOB leaders who released a video message yesterday that trended worldwide, where he called on Igbos across the world to rally round against RUGA, has been invited by DSS.

In that video, Uwazurike Kicked against Ohanaeze leader Nina Nwodo reponse to the northern treat. Saying that Nina Nwodo being one of the Igbos biggest masquared ought not be the one to reply the message, while faulting World Igbo Congress position and statements on RUGA and state of the nation too.

He called on Igbos worldwide to reject RUGA and advise Igbo leaders to call for a meeting of all Igbo people to help organize a formidable resistance to the RUGA project in any part of Igbo land.

ALSO READ:  Oshiomhole decided mode of Edo primary days before decision by APC NWC - Document

Further more, he Insisted division, not restructure, is what Nigeria needs and equally revealed how Ojukwu advised him about his renewed struggle for Biafra, when he started MASSOB in 1999, and cautioned him not to do anything that will force the Igbo man to another Civil War. A Highly explosive and frank video though, but not inciting like that of the northern group that threatened the southerners and gave the President a deadline. This was what earned him an invitation by the Nigerian DSS.

In an SMS made available to us, the message reads, “I’m Samson from DSS office Imo state Headquarters Owerri. You are invited to come to DSS Imo state headquarters Owerri tomorrow 11/07/2019 for a meeting with the State Director. Time 1200 hours. You can call this number if you need additional information, pls”.

A further inquiry revealed that his invitation is about his video message to Ndi Igbo Worldwide on RUGA.

Shares
Back to top button

Don't miss any of our stories again.

Get notified freely when new stories are published.

Join 51,828 other subscribers


This will close in 0 seconds

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!

Sorry, you are not allowed to copy any content from TODAY POLITICS.

Close