Uche Mefor, the estranged Deputy-Leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has said that cases of missing people in Eastern Nigeria “must not be left to die down”.
Ejimakor stated this on his known Facebook page on Monday.
One Akuwara, based in Warri, Delta State was said to have been fired as Commander, and expelled by Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader, from the now-disbanded Biafra Security Services (BSS) in 2020.
Some of those working for Akuwara were also sanctioned. He was banned from holding any meeting henceforth.
Akuwara was accused of causing many problems for IPOB in Delta State, thus leading to the arrest of “several innocent IPOB members’’, as well as being a mole that enabled the penetration of the Department of State Security (DSS).
“The cases of Akuwara, and other Biafrans missing in Biafraland must not be left to die down,” Mefor wrote.
“What happened to them?”
Recently, Carolyn Okorafor, the Principal-Secretary to Kanu alleged that some Easterners are being abducted by men of the Nigerian Army.
Many Biafra activists are claiming online that one Ugwumba was seized at Añara Isiala Mbano in Imo State by soldiers not long ago “and nobody knows where he was taken to”.