The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has sent a serious warning to businessman, Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu aka Cubana Chief Priest.
IPOB warned him against allowing the Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma to deceive him.
IPOB said Cubana Chief Priest should not allow Uzodinma deceive him into attacking its members and the Eastern Security Network, ESN.
Emma Powerful, the spokesman of the group, asked the businessman not to strike any deal with Uzodinma against IPOB and ESN.
He issued the warning while accusing Uzodinma of giving smartphones to Imo youths to attack IPOB and ESN.
A statement by Powerful tasked Uzodinma to provide industries and job opportunities, rather than give youths phones to attack IPOB.
Powerful said: “The attention of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the command of our indefatigable liberator Mazi Nnamdi Okwuchukwu KANU has been drawn to the sharing of smartphones by the Supreme Court Administrator of Imo State Hope Uzodinma to the gullible minds and youths he is recruiting to attack IPOB members on social media platforms. These attack dogs and e-rats are paid to propagate lies and smear campaigns against IPOB, Eastern Security Network, ESN, and Biafra agitators.
“We blame those he is deceiving with smartphones, material things and cash to oppose those fighting for their freedom. If Hope Uzodinma has the correct intentions for Imo State youths he wouldn’t have given them phones to attack IPOB; he would have provided industries and companies where the youths will work and produce phones for sale.
“Imo youths should know that Uzodinma is taking them for granted. They should stop being gullible.
“We are warning Mazi Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest to steer clear, and not strike a deadly deal with Hope Uzodinma. He should not dare IPOB.
“Let him continue his restaurant business and not get deceived by Hope Uzodinma and his APC co-travellers. Anybody who knows this man should tell him to retrace his steps and ‘not allow Uzodinma to use him to fight innocent people.”