Capture Simon Ekpa Dead Or Alive – Ohanaeze Sends Message To Finnish And Nigerian Govts

Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-political organization, stated on Tuesday that Biafra agitator Simon Ekpa is Ndigbo’s greatest enemy for the last 200 years.


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The group urged the Finnish and Nigerian governments to ensure that he is apprehended, dead or alive.

Ohanaeze, through its Secretary-General, Okechukwu Isiguzoro, insisted that Ekpa cannot force the Igbos into civil war.

They claimed that Ekpa is an enemy of the Igbo people and that they had no connection to him.

They stated that if the Nigerian government continues to ignore the agitator, Nigeria will be plunged into another civil war.

Isiguzoro said;

Ohanaeze worldwide views with great distaste and condemnation” the purported declaration by Simon Ekpa, leader of the Ekpa Killer Squad (Autopilots) as a “Biafran Prime Minister in Exile”

Indeed, this latest episode, an orchestrated attempt by the Finland-based Igbo enemy, who has made himself a ready tool in the destruction of Ala-Igbo can only be blamed on his “deliberate pampering” by the Finnish and Nigerian Governments after detailed reports of heightening terrorism from his Finnish base, including reports from a Finnish journalist, who was in Enugu this February to personally interview families of victims of his terror attacks, which he boldly affirmed on Finnish Television was presented to the Finnish Government.

Ndigbo has rebutted and renounced in strong terms the formation of a purported Biafra Government in exile, by Simon Ifeanyi Njoku Ekpa who is seen as the greatest enemy of Ndigbo in the last 200 years and one of the most dangerous terrorists in Africa and operating from Finland, if the Nigerian Government fails to check this ugly development, Ekpa’s game-plan is to plunge Nigeria into another undeserved Civil War.

Speaking further, Ohanaeze stated that Ekpa is the leader of the most dreadful killer squad in the Southeast and should be captured either dead or alive

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