It would be noted that since the arrest of the supreme leader of the group; Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the group has split into two. As one call the autopilot being led by Simon Ekpa z and the other group call the Directorate of State (DOS).
The two groups had been given conflicting orders especially pertaining to the Monday Sit at home.
In the latest development; Simon has accused the DOS of embezzlement of the group membership due being paid by members.
However, the event led Simon to call them stack illiterate.
The illiterates are at it again, they are ranting and equating a movement for the liberation of nation to Adidas and Nike. Only an stark illiterates and career agitators will turn IPOB into Adidas and Nike. Bunch of nomadic Biafrans parading themselves as media warriors
The Autopilot are intelligent people but what we have left on the side of the @real_IpobDOS criminals are bunch of unreasonable people, people without brain, we will use Voice Of Biafra Radio to reset their brain
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