December 5, 2021 In Begging, Politicians

Stop Begging Politicians For Money In Our Name – IPOB Cautions Scammers

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, have issued a glowing threat to scammers and yahoo boys to keep the name of IPOB out of their mouths when they approach Nigerian politicians to beg for money.

According to the leadership of IPOB, it has come to their attention that some people have been riding on the name of IPOB to solicit funds from politicians for their own gain.

Media and publicity secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, in a statement warned the so-called blackmailers to desist from the act or face the full consequences of blackmailing.

The statement reads: “Following numerous complaints we have received concerning people claiming to be representatives of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, who approach politicians in Nigeria, soliciting financial support for IPOB, we wish to clarify that IPOB has NEVER, and will NEVER ask anybody to beg for such financial support.

“IPOB under the able leadership of our Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu did not send anybody on such shameful errand. IPOB is a global movement with members in over 100 countries and we know how we raise our funds. We don’t solicit financial support from politicians. We have nothing to do with Nigerian politicians; we don’t need their money!

“Therefore, anybody no matter how highly or lowly placed or even related to our Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, parading as a representative of IPOB sent to collect financial support from any politician is on his or her own. Such impostors assuming the complaints are correct are scammers. They don’t have the mandate of IPOB.

“We, therefore, seriously warn anybody swindling unsuspecting or greedy politicians in the name of IPOB to immediately disembark from such scandalous mission or brace up for the dire consequences. If we catch anybody no matter who such a one is, fronting as an IPOB agent before any Nigerian politician, such a person will live in regrets the rest of his or her life if the one is lucky to escape the wrath of God.