The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Friday frowned at the continued detention of the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capital Oil and Gas, Ifeanyi Ubah.

The group said: "Should anything happen to him those keeping him in prison should be prepared to face the wrath of the group.

“We want the DSS to know that an attack on Ifeanyi Ubah is an attack on Biafra. The DSS should know that we are watching on this matter and must continue following it until it gets to its logical conclusion”.

It added that the arrest of Ubah was part of the plots to frustrate Igbo businessmen.

In a press statement by IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful, the group said its intelligence unit had uncovered a grand plot to kill businesses in Igboland.

It said such actions were indicative that the people of the area were no longer needed in Nigeria.

The group wondered why a court of competent jurisdiction would order the release of Ubah yet the Department of State Services would continue to hold him.

The group vowed to resist such policies against the people of the area, adding that “it is pathetic that well meaning Nigerians are keeping quiet over the continued damage the DSS is causing Nigeria”.

“We want to state it categorically clear to all the Northern dominated DSS and other politicians that nothing should happen to our brother, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah because he committed no crime against anybody or Nigeria state.

“In line with this, we warn that Ifeanyi Uba should be released before it is too late or they will see the power of IPOB under Nnamdi Kanu all over the world; we cannot afford to watch them continue to humiliate and intimate him for no just cause,” the group added.