THE GBURUGBURU 1 OF VIOLENT CULTISTS IN DEFUNCT ENUGU STATE
NSUKKA – The 5,500 capacity building of the St. Theresa Catholic Cathedral of Nsukka Diocese adjudged to be the biggest in West Africa was supposedly dedicated recently but it is worrisome that such edifice of worship was dedicated by politicians whose hands are soiled by innocent blood especially defunct governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu state.
The Catholic Bishop of Nsukka Diocese during the dedication mass should have taken the gospel readings from the Book of Proverbs Chapter 6 verses 16 – 19 that states “There are six things the Lord hates, seven that are abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil, a false witness who pours out lies and a person who stirs up conflict in the community.”
Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, the Gburugburu 1 of cultism in defunct Enugu state is a personification of every abomination the Lord Almighty detests as stated by the Christian Bible. He may continue to pretend to the denizens but every of his evil deeds are known to the Biafran National Guard- BNG and appropriate measures shall be taken at the due time.
The defunct governor of Enugu state may have contributed greatly to the construction of the Nsukka cathedral but that will not be able to cover the fact that he has extremely empowered the activities of violent cultism in the state.
It is quite distressing that violent and unruly behaviour of youths in defunct Enugu state is being kindled by an elder who ought to be influencing responsibility. It is well known that Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi is a practicing and hierarchy member of the Black Axe cult group popularly called “Ayei Axemen”, and he has consistently armed the cult group for his political gain.
The town of Nsukka is a beehive of violent cult activities due to the support and sponsorship from the defunct governor to his cult of allegiance. He appoints his fellow cult members into various state’s parastatals to enable the facilitation of supremacy for the Ayei Axemen cult group in defunct Enugu state.
The activities of these cult groups is known to be gruesome, bloody and barbaric. Most youths are forced into joining the violent group using a mixture of misinformation, propaganda and psychological warfare.
More alarming is the recruitment of teenagers still in secondary schools into the violent group, whom are mostly used to gather information and run errands. The modus operandi of the cult group is to cajole, hound and threaten people to become their members.
Defunct governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi may continue his pretence of singing and shouting Hallelujah and Amen when in public. He is hereby warned to disband the local anti-cult group he setup to purportedly fight against cultism in the state.
The truth is that the local anti-cult group covertly made up of members of the “assassin cartel” of the Aiye Axemen was created and empowered by Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi to fight against rival cult groups in defunct Enugu state. These local anti-cult groups are incorporated with the defunct Nigeria Police Office of Anti-Cult permitting extra-judicial detention and killings.
The Biafran Transitional Government [BTG] is unequivocally declaring that in exercising the right to self-determination, the people of Biafra have the right to autonomy in matters relating to our local and internal affairs as stipulated in Article 4 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
The BTG strongly respects and honours the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association but will not tolerate or accept any association, union or group that breeds violence leading to killings such as it happened to Mr. Augustine Ugwu, a 27 years old male final year law student of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka residing with his parents in Nsukka.
Concluding, Lieutenant Colonel Ugwuoke Agbo of Nsukka Province called on the youths to dissociate themselves from any form of distraction to the restoration of the total sovereignty of Biafra.
Captain Chibueze Nsulo,
Media and Publicity, NSUKKA.