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Extortion and cyber criminals in Biafran struggle

23 June 2014, 13:12 Onyeji Dominic

"...now your leader (Uwazurike) is a politician under the blood of those he sacrificed to attain a political height," said Ikechukwu Iloegbunam, another unthinking fool and a benighted mind in Biafran struggle. He has been talking like brainless animal; just busy all the way making senseless comments on Facebook posts and pages. I mean this fool has been pointing one finger at Barr Ralph Uwazurike without realizing that the remaining four are pointing at his idiotic boss (Nnamdi Kanu) and other dubious fools like him in limbo of downhill.

Come to think of it! Uwazurike, our formal leader in MASSOB, went to prison severally due to the struggle for actualization of Republic of Biafra. I want this idiot here to tell us! What is Nnamdi Kanu doing in London? Every wise fellow knows that he gathered fools together on Facebook, extorting money from them just like every other cyber criminal, 419er and yahoo-fraudster. He build an "imaginary" radio station (RADIO BIAFRA LONDON - RBL) on a facebook page, and the fantastic fools he gathered are there in daydream, contributing and donating real money into his private purse. That is Nnamdi Kanu for you. A bandit and a fantastic cyber criminal in a benighted jungle!

One bad thing is that RBL is not real both in London and Biafra. The bandit has been parading in pretense, making empty promises to Biafran fools unlike Ralph Uwazurike whom they rejected just like the Jew rejected Jesus in Bible. What a silly thing going on under the Sun?

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