IPOB a Ponzi Scheme? President Buhari's Aide Drops Bombshell

IPOB a Ponzi Scheme? President Buhari's Aide Drops Bombshell

  • Lauretta Onochie, a presidential media aide, has described the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a money-sharing scheme
  • Onochie noted that members of the proscribed group operate as the owners of a Ponzi scheme in the southeast
  • President Buhari's media aide urged Igbo leaders to make sure they get rid of these persons from the region

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been called many names including a local terrorist organisation and a proscribed group.

Added to this, Lauretta Onochie, a media aide to President Muhammadu Buhari, has described the southeast secessionist body as a money-sharing scheme.

President Buhari
The Buhari-led administration has been urged many times to tag IPOB a terrorist group (Photo: Aso Rock Villa)
Source: Facebook

Onochie made this serious allegation on Monday, October 18, in a post she shared on her Facebook page.

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Onochie, therefore, called on Igbo leaders to rise and flush out operators of what she described as a Ponzi scheme from the southeast.

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She said:

"No wonder! So IPOB is a money-sharing Scheme. They don't have Ndigbo in their plans. Ndigbo must arise and reclaim their land from these Ponzi Scheme Operators."

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Meanwhile, the coordinator of IPOB in Sierra Leone, Chidi Uchendu, had been arrested by police in the African country.

According to Onochie, Uchendu's arrest which was confirmed by a reliable source, took place on Monday, September 27, at his business location in Freetown.

The presidential media aide disclosed that the suspect was nabbed because of his involvement in promoting Biafra agitation in the African nation. At the moment he is still in police custody pending when he will be prosecuted.

Reacting to this development, she said that Nigeria's allies will no longer accommodate nor tolerate terrorists in their territories.

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Meanwhile, a lawsuit on behalf of Kanu, filed by his lawyer Kingsley Kanunta had shown that the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra was extradited from Kenya.

The suit was filed against the Kenyan government for what the embattled secessionist described as unconstitutional extradition. According to the petition, Kanu was in the African nation to seek medical attention for a heart challenge and for “Indigenous People of Biafra-related work”.

Source: Legit

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