This man’s family members are not based here in Nigeria, but he is inviting war and his followers will join and risk their lives! In a new interview with Channels TV, leader of the Indigenous People of
Biafra IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, says for him, it is either Biafra or death.
Kanu said he would not be going to war if it turns out to be the last
option for the actualization of his struggle for Biafra.
When asked if
there is anything he can accept asides a Federation for Biafra, Nnamdi
Kanu replied “No. It is either Biafra or death”.
if he might go to war if that turns out to be his last resort, the IPOB
leader who has a British passport asides his Nigerian passport, said
because truth is a far more potent and deadlier weapon than bullets. No
war. When I say Biafra or death, I mean I will keep pushing, either I
am Alive or I die in the process. I wouldn’t stop. Had sovereign
National conference been convened by the powers that be, where every
ethnic Nationality comes together to say what type of country do we
want? Sit down, discuss and agree. I can begin to perhaps submit to the
is way too late. They have killed so many people. They have ruined too
many lives. They have wasted too many souls. How do we bring those
makeup of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu said “Rivers state, Bayelsa, Delta,
Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Ebonyi, Cross Rivers and Akwa Ibom. Basically South
East and South South without Edo state. This also includes Igede Idoma”
to Nyesom Wike’s comment that he should not include Rivers in Biafra
map, Kanu said” He can not say that. It is for the people to decide”.
says he would not change his mind on the creation of Biafra even if the
Federal government begins to look at all the issues he has hitherto
the past. No trust. Abori was there, he was negotiating. Nothing
happened in 1968 if I recall. And the CONFAB report, what became of it?
How about the 3 Rs:Reconciliation, Reconstruction and heaven knows what
else. What became of them? Nothing! The Calabar seaport is not working.
Can you tell me why it is not working? How about that of Warri? Why must
we allow only Lagos to function as a viable seaport?”