The President General of Orogun community in Ughelli North Local Government area of Delta State, Chief Josiah Ntekume, has said that the self-styled militant leader, who threatened to assassinate President Muhammadu Buhari does not hail from that area.
The self-styled militant leader, who identified himself as Ogheneghochuko, had in a video that has gone viral on the social media, threatened to kill Buhari, his family and governors of the South-east region if the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu was not released by month end.
Oghenghochuko, who claimed he was from Orogun and the leader of Biafra Avengers 2, also demanded a Biafra nation in the 8.55-minute video. He used derogatory words against the president and threatened to unleash violence against the state and solicited for youths in the South-east to join any unit of his group closest to them.
But the President General of Orogun community, Ntekume, in an interview , said since the video went viral, an investigation conducted in the area revealed that there was no such person from his community.
He held the view that the man might be a Biafra sympathiser from the South-east claiming to be of Urhobo origin.