The Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, have proscribed Ohaneze Ndigbo and South East governors forum.
The group said that the decision to ban the leaders of the zone is because of their careless representation which has never being in the interest of the people of South East.
A notice by the group on the alleged proscription reads:
“This is to inform the general public that Ohaneze Ndigbo and South East governors forum have been proscribed.
“These moribund, careless, thieving and illegitimate organisations do not in any way speak or represent the interest of the people of South East.
“Therefore, any individual, group or government that is entering into any form of discussion or dialogue with these irresponsible, illegal and moribund organisations does that at their own peril.
“These organisations with headless fellows do not in any way speak for the people of the South East. The general public is hereby warned to stay away from them.
“Every discussion and negotiation concerning the wellbeing of the South East region should be directed to IPOB because IPOB is the only recognized and legitimate voice sanctioned by the people. Anything short of IPOB is ultra vires,” the group added.
Meanwhile, the Indigenous People Of Biafra have claimed control of South East zone after their successful general strike exercise.
The exercise, which was observed on the 14th of September, 2018, in remembrance of their fallen heroes, recorded a great success as streets, institutions and market places among others, were totally deserted.