Abacha frustrated Izuogu’s Z-600 vehicle project

Abacha disappointed Izuogu’s Z-600 vehicle venture —

Late Engr. Ezekiel Izuogu (left) and his Z-600 vehicle. By Chinonso Alozie The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, drove by Uchenna Madu, on Sunday, said that the previous Head of State, late General Sani Abacha, nearby his supporters baffled the vision of Engr Ezekiel Izuogu, who was said to have produced the main indigenous vehicle—Z-600—in Africa. MASSOB was responding to the report of the destruction of Izuogu, where Madu, depicted Izuogu as a devoted child of Biafra whose fantasy ought not be permitted to kick the bucket.

The MASSOB pioneer said he was troubled that progressive governments after Abacha ignored the vision of Izuogu in light of the fact that he is anything but a “northerner”. Engr. Izuogu, who planned Nigeria’s first indigenous model car in 1997, kicked the bucket in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, on Sunday. Moreover

MASSOB was stunned to find out about the unexpected passing of Engr Ezekiel Izuogu. His passing was a tremendous physical misfortune to the individuals of Biafra and Africa as a rule. “He is an energetic Biafran that will everlastingly be respected and celebrated. “The organization of General Sani Abacha and other progressive governments baffled his innovative inventiveness. “His demise is being praised by lethargic and unevolved minds, who instructed they have slaughtered his Z-600 vision and other innovative progressions. ”

Despite the fact that MASSOB grieves his physical misfortune, his mechanical inventiveness and political goals are as yet unblemished. Before long, crafted by Ezekiel Izuogu will show. “MASSOB rejects the tricky and unpretentious sympathies of the Federal Government drove by President Muhammadu Buhari. “What formed and molded Ezekiel Izuogu isn’t dead. The soul of Biafra and the creativity of the Igbo man can never kick the bucket. He is an enthusiastic and tireless Igbo man, whose adoration for his Igboism has no match.

%d bloggers like this: