Jerry Nwokedimma
For Biafra Choice Writers

When Hamza Al-Mustapha, former military aide to late junta Sani
Abacha, boasted that he would end Biafra agitation within three months, many people wondered how he was going to do it. But now, his plan is unfolding.
The first of that plan, which he is coordinating with Ralph Uwazuruike, the sacked leader of Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), is the latest video that has gone viral. It is a video of some men with Biafra flags and covered faces threatening to kill Nigerian ruler, Muhammadu Buhari, if he visits Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. The men boasted that if Buhari visited Biafraland that they would assassinate him.
Investigations made by Biafra Choice Writers show that Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), is not behind the men. Instead, fingers were being pointed at Al-Mustapha and Uwazuruike, who had been scheming for Nigerian government on how to make a tag of terrorists stick on IPOB. An IPOB official who spoke on condition of anonymity said his people (IPOB) do not cover their faces, since they do not engage in violent and illegal activities.
He went on to inform Biafra Choice Writers that unless the Nigerian government decide to eventually shed some of the plans it had against IPOB, that bombs will soon start exploding in many important towns in Northern and Western Nigeria. According to him, Nigerian government wants to use it to elicit hatred against Igbo-Biafrans among other Nigerian peoples.
Uwazuruike: Al-Mustapha's co-conspirator
“Remember that under Abacha, Al-Mustapha used Sergeant Rogers to bomb places and accuse National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) as being responsible? That is what they will soon start doing” he said.
It is instructive to note that last July, while at Abakaliki on an unstated mission; Al-Mustapha boasted that he would end Biafra agitation in three months. Now, as the so-called Nigeria president is set to visit Abakaliki, about three months after, some people with Biafran colours have started threatening to assassinate the president.

The Biafran may not be wrong after all, in accusing him of trying to set them up.
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