Ogidi Youth Leader Died As A Result Of Cult Related Activities Not IPOB
Ogidi Youth Leader Died As A Result Of Cult Related Activities Not IPOB
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BBC Disinformation Unit Caught Trying To Disinform The Public

Ogidi Youth Leader Died As A Result Of Cult Related Activities Not IPOB

The spokesman of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Simon Ekpa debunk the outrageous BBC report to brand IPOB.

The so-called “BBC disinformation unit” report had discredited IPOB media warriors as spreading violent rhetoric online.

Ogidi Youth leader:

This deliberate attempt by the BBC to disinform the public is out of desperation by the British to keep running her little colonial experiment called Nigeria.

To back up the bogus claim, the BBC linked the death of Ogidi Youth leader to the activities of IPOB media warriors online.

In response to the garbage report by the BBC “Disinformation” Unit, Mazi Ekpa Simon presented the email he received prior to the shabby report.

The mail contained a formal request by the BBC to respond to the allegation of IPOB media warriors spreading hate rhetoric online.

The IPOB spokesman clearly rejected the claim and instead requested a live interview so as address the allegation.

The BBC ignored the request and instead went ahead to fabricate a bogus narrative.

Mazi Simon Ekpa made it clear the Ogidi Youth leader was killed in cult-related activity and had nothing to do with IPOB.

He further extended the invitation to a live interview if they are remotely interested in knowing why IPOB was agitating.

The BBC is yet to respond to this request.

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