Uche Mefor, former deputy leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has alleged that Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the group committed “sacrilege and abomination”.
Mefor who announced his exit from the group, accused Nnamdi Kanu of beheading unamed Igbo people who he claimed to be fighting for.
He in a Facebook post claimed that the IPOB leader deliberately spilled the blood of Igbo people. According to Mefor, the spirit of the land will continue to work against Kanu until he makes atonement for the abomination he committed.
In a post on his Facebook page, Mefor wrote: “The lies and the subsequent beheading of Igbos by IPOB Nnamdi Kanu is an abomination too many.
“The pretence and the sweeping of this heinous crime under the carpet by those who should know better is all the more troubling and dangerously presents a gloomy picture of where our society is headed to.
“The foundation of our freedom cannot be made on human sacrifice and the deliberate spilling of the blood of our own.
“Make this day that the spirit of the land shall continue to work against IPOB Nnamdi Kanu until Kanu makes amends and atones for the sacrilege/abomination.”
Reacting to Mefor’s accusation, IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful dismissed the latter’s claim, according to Powerful, Mefor is no longer a member of IPOB.
“We don’t know Uche Mefor, it’s his personal opinion and we have nothing to say about that.
“Uche Mefor has resigned from IPOB, he is no longer an IPOB member,” he told Dailypost.