- Biafra agitators are unhappy with governors of south-south and south-east
- They accused the governors of being selfish by opposing the agitation for secession
- The agitators said the governors are already aware that IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu will achieve Biafra
Biafra agitators have shown their disappointment in south-east and south-south governors who recently met to deliberate on their demand for a restructured Nigeria.
Most south-south and south-east indigenes do not find the governors loyalty to 'one Nigeria' pleasant and they made their displeasure known on social media.
NAIJ.com brings to you some comments of social media users reacting to the recent governors meeting at Nike Lake resort, Enugu.
Emmanuel Mobis said they met to plan against Igbo land but their plans will not work.
Another Facebook user, Domnic Baba Ubah, said their plan is to present restructure so that Anambra election can go on and after that, they go their private ways.
According to Andre Chukwugozie, Biafra is here to stay and the governors are just confused.
On his part, Alocha Emmanuel said Nigerian politicians do not want the best for the country.
However, some south-south indigenes are unhappy with their governors for joining south-east governors to discuss Biafra agitation.
Godwin Idemudia wrote: "You can go with Five states no problem...but to select only oil producing state from Niger-delta and add it to unfertile Biafraland and keep the rest country empty. This has become fraud. The North, South and west we rather go for 2nd civil war....
"Nigeria we turned Libya. America we back off.. UN we not even have your time because they in Syria already.... Referendum we never hold...Who we give room for it. If Niger-delta is out of Nigeria. No more pay for Nigeria Army so they just watched"
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Meanwhile, pro-Igbo group, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has cautioned Nnamdi Kanu and members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to tread carefully in their agitation for secession.
The group said Igbo elders believed that a restructured Nigeria will serve the Igbos better than a new country of their own.
Ohanaeze, however said that the pro-Igbo organisation will consider joining the agitation for Biafra, only if restructuring fails or the south-east region experienced what happened in 1966 again.
Watch video of Nnamdi Kanu addressing followers in Isiama Afara, Abia state: