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No Igbo man would vote in 2019 – Nnamdi Kanu

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Barely two days after his sudden reappearance in Israel, the supreme leader of the Indigenous Peoples of the Sovereign State of Biafra (IPOB), Mr Nnamdi Kanu has insisted that the people from the South-south and South-east extraction of Nigeria would not vote in the 2019 general election.

Kanu said this on Sunday evening during a live broadcast from Israel. He said that it was either a referendum or nothing as he does not recognize any sovereign entity in the world known as Nigeria.

Mr Kanu, also noted that his trial in Nigeria was parochial and politically fueled as he had no case to answer. To him, the court was supposed to protect him rather than playing to the gallery with the President Muhammadu Buhari’s government that wants him dead.

The self-acclaimed supreme leader thanked those who stood by him during his days of persecution, even as he assures them of a special place in Biafra land after its independence.

Kanu, had also reached out to former Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, who is currently facing grinding bordering on some corruption allegations by the EFCC. He pledged IPOB’s solidarity to Fayose, and assures him that the group would also stand by him in his trying time.

The supreme leader concluded his broadcast on Radio Biafra with a dreaded and boastful comment; noting that he would return back to Biafra land; and that he would come with ‘hell’ in his hands in a manner that would be colossal and unusual.

” I am coming back to Biafra land soon and I will bring hell with me, the way it has never been seen before,” he boastful said.

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