Biafra: They Called Us Terrorists – Nnamdi Kanu Mocks Nigerian Government

By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie | The Biafra Post / 13 September 2019

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, addressing EU MEPs
Brussels: The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has mocked Nigerian government over its designation of IPOB as terrorists. IPOB, profiled by United Nations as the most peaceful agitating group worldwide, was ridiculously labeled a terrorist organization by the draconian government of Nigeria in 2017. The fact that the group has never indulged itself in any violent act meant nothing to the ignoble government of Buhari who is now dead and impersonated by a Sudanese named Jubril Aminu Al-Sudani.

Speaking to a congregation of Biafrans that met him at EU headquarters in Brussels briefly after his meeting with some members of European Union on Tuesday the 10th of September 2019, Kanu scorned the Nigerian State, wondering how a worldwide group that executes its activities in the open can possibly be tagged terrorists if not shear persecution by uncivilized lots like the brood of vipers running Nigerian government.

Pointing out the irrationality of the cabal running the current government of Nigerian, Kanu said, “they called us terrorists but today we are outside in the open.” It really stretches our sense of credulity how a person or a group of people legally carrying out protest marches in civilized countries can be referred to as terrorists by the Nigerian State that is still learning the tenets of democracy.

Drawing comparison between IPOB and its persecutors, Nigeria, Kanu said, “Jubril (the impostor currently occupying Nigeria's seat of power) cannot come here; Myetti Allah (the parent body of terrorist Fulani herdsmen) cannot come here. But IPOB is here.”

The comparison is well drawn, for if IPOB designated as terrorists by the Nigerian State can be officially invited to a civilized gathering like the EU, it leaves little to imagination how mentally deformed, barbaric and unsalvageable Nigeria and its handlers are.

Publisher: Chinwe Korie
Twitter: @ckorie17



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