Insecurity: Biafra agitator digs his grave in advance, wants to be buried in Imo State 

The Senior Special Assistant to the leader of Biafra Independence Movement and Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (BIM-MASSOB) on Media and Publicity, Mazi Chris Mocha said, yesterday, that he had prepared his own grave at Okwe community in Imo State because of rising insecurity in the South East.

The Chief Ralph Uwazuruike’s Aide disclosed this to The Nija Sun in an interview on his opinion about the security situation in the South East zone and the Biafra agitators. He said the tomb he had prepared was  very beautiful where he wished to be buried after his death  in active service.

The  BIM-MASSOB media man who alleged incessant arrests and  secret  killings of  members  of the organization by the security agents said no body including the President of Nigeria  could stop the  actualization of Biafra.

” Biafra is God’s will and God’s will must always triumph no matter how long it will last, ” he noted.

Mocha  said  that repeated onslaughts by the security agencies  had, on many occasions resulted  in casualty figures on the members of his group, adding that he did not know who would be the next victim tomorrow.

He disclosed that it was for that reason that he dug his own  grave in advance  at the  Biafran cemetery, Umunamu village, Okwe,  in Onuimo Local Government Area of Imo State where he said he would like to be  buried after his death.

The BIM-MASSOB image maker said that even if he became the next  victim of the brutality and  died in the process, that the Nigerian security operatives could never kill  or stop the  issue  for  which  he  and  MASSOB stood for.

Mocha who doubles as the National Director of Information of MASSOB said it would be  more honourable for the members  of BIM-MASSOB  who died while in active service to be buried  in the tombs ready in Imo State in other  to have  their  gentle  souls  rest permanently and receive eternal peace of mind.

Mocha said there was a large graveyard  built of stones above  the  ground at Umunamu, Okwe, for the dead veteran soldiers and  members who sacrificed their lives  for the sake of Biafra from 1967 to 1970  and 1999 till date.

Mocha explained that he had served  MASSOB and BIM in various capacities and headed different standing committees including the new Biafra-currency-implementation committee on June 10, 2010 which he said had since submitted its report to Chief Uwazuruike; independent investigation panel of inquiry on May 4, 2004, which he said investigated the circumstances that led to the gruesome murder of Asaba Chief provincial administrator, late  Chief Emma Edozieuno Elunor, at No 2, cable point road, Asaba, Delta State.

He said he had also spoken on the issues concerning Biafra as a representative  of Chief Uwazuruike at a visual conference organized by Unrepresented Nations and People’s Organizations (UNPO) on July 29, 2021.

Mocha disclosed that he also participated in  a -3 -day intensive course on information management and dissemination  organised by the Senator  who represented Abia North senatorial district, late Chief Uche Chukwumerije at his Ngodo Isuochi residence  in Umunneochi Local Government Area of Abia State, among others.

Mocha insisted that having  contributed immensely  to the development and progress  of the organization and still making more inputs towards achieving the sovereignty of Biafra, he had paid his dues for Ndigbo in particular and Biafra in general.

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