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Why Would DSS Invite Uwazuruike While Abdul Azeez Walks Free? – Fani Kayode Ask FG

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The former aviation minister and Peoples Democratic Party’s stalwart Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted to the recent invitation of Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra’s leader, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, by Department of State Service.

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Uwazuruike was earlier invited by DSS Director, as contained in a message sent to Vanguard news desk, for a meeting to be holding in Owerri, Imo State: “I’m Sampson from DSS office Imo State Headquarters Owerri. You are invited to come to DSS Headquarters Owerri tomorrow (Today) 11/07/2019 for a meeting with the State Director. Time 1200 hours. You can call this number if you need additional information pls.”

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The reason for his invitation, following gathered reports was traced to his recent video call for Ndigbo to unite and reject Ruga Cattle settlement “reject the RUGA Settlement project in its entirety”,
Chief Ralp Uwazuruike
Part of the video, he also advised Igbo leaders to call for a meeting of all Igbo people, “to help organize a formidable resistance to the RUGA project in any part of Igboland”.

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In his reaction, Kayode carpets DSS: “How can DSS invite MASSOB leader Chief Ralph UWAZURIKE over a video broadcast calling on the Igbo to resist RUGA whilst a Fulani terrorist called Abdul Azeez Suleiman and his Arewa Group, who threatened the lives of Southerners with a 30-day ultimatum over RUGA are walking free?

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