Obi refuses to criticise IPOB at Chatham House

Obi refuses to criticise IPOB at Chatham House

During a press conference yesterday at the Chatham House in London, Obi expressed his position. A sense of fear has spread throughout Nigeria as a result of the mayhem that secessionist organizations like the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Yoruba Nation have wreaked on the country’s citizens.

In answer to a query about the situation, Obi adamantly refused to condemn the protests while outlining their origin. “When 40% of your population is unemployed, there will be all kinds of difficulties, which is what sparked this agitation. This is due to leadership failure throughout the years, and once there is good leadership, these issues will be resolved,” he stated.

“So, yes, I will talk and speak with all agitators.”

Obi also pledged to prosecute saboteurs who have held the country’s power sector hostage, while ensuring the elimination of fuel subsidies to boost revenues from other crucial sectors.

He said: “Monies have to be put into crucial areas, which is why I am insistent on the elimination of fuel subsidies. This is why we need to dismantle the structure of criminality holding the country back. I am going to declare war on those holding the country back, especially in the power sector.

“We are committed to building a New Nigeria for the youths in order to bring back the Diaspora,” Obi revealed.”


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