Buhari Is Long Dead, Dead People Don’t Govern The Living. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Blast presidency.
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Separatist group Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has again been fuelling the old rumours, with key evidence that the Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari died in 2017. Kanu in his recent broadcast challenge the presidency once again to take him to international criminal court to prove his point that Nigeria has no president.
In one instance, Mr Kanu shared two images of Mr Buhari, one reversed, to allege that the Nigerian leader, who is right-handed, was using his left hand – “proving” that that meant he was a body double. According Kanu the body double Jibril El Sudan died in Cuba during the first wave of Covid-19 and the present acting president is Muhammadu Yusuf who the Boko Haram commander addresses in his new video release to the journalist.
Well, let me make my claim once again, if the presidency feel that the rumor is not true, the should sue me to International court so I can’t defend my claims with evidence and facts. Zoo has no presidency and anybody can be Buhari. In fact if they can take up the challenge I will appear with my own Jubril at the court. Kanu says as he blast presidency
Why Igbo leaders don’t criticize Nnamdi Kanu — Okorocha reveals
Senator Rochas Okorocha, the former governor of Imo State, has stated that the main reason Igbo politicians are not speaking out against Nnamdi Kanu is that they do not want to anger their youngsters.
Many of the South East elders are not in support of Nnamdi Kanu and his objective, according to the Federal lawmaker who was answering questions from BBC Hausa, but they are only wanting to stay safe.
The leaders, he claims, are attempting to avoid losing their children if they come out and express what they really think.
Okorocha also blames a lack of work in the region for the region’s security problems.
He went on to say that the majority of the kids who are triggering the problem are also battling with a lack of basic necessities.
As a result, Okorocha urged the government to enlist the help of the monarchs to resolve sectarian tensions in the country’s southeast.
IPOB Is Like A Dot In A Circle, Has Nowhere To Go – Buhari
The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has described the Indigenous People of Biafra clamouring for secession as a dot in a circle that has nowhere to go.
The President said this in an interview with Arise TV broadcast on Thursday.
He said, “That IPOB is just like a dot in a circle. Even if they want to exit, they will have no access to anywhere.
“And the way they are spread all over the country, having businesses and properties, I don’t think IPOB knows what they are talking about.
“In any case, we say we’ll talk to them in the language that they understand. We’ll organise the police and the military to pursue them.”
Buhari also said that he has been assured by “the elderly people” and “the youths” from the South-South part of the country that their region has no intention of seceding.
He said IPOB will not have “access to anywhere” even if they eventually secede from the country.
The President then reiterated his statement that IPOB members will be treated in the “language that they understand”.
“I was encouraged by what I heard, nobody told me. Two statements from the south-south. One by the elderly people, they said this time around there would be no (secession). And again the youth made the same statement; such encouragement,” Buhari said.
IPOB has been agitating for the secession of the South-East.
Soyinka backs Biafra, Oduduwa agitators – They have the right to secede
Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka, has said their is nothing wrong in the fight for sovereignty, especially by Biafra and Oduduwa agitators.
In a statement, the professor criticised the use of force against the agitators of self-determination, insisting it is the responsibility of the leadership to persuade them.
“It is time to think outside the box. That many, in so doing, find no landing place except dissolution, is not a crime. It is not peculiar to any peoples, and is embedded in the ongoing history of many, and not only on this continent.
“It is their natural right as free citizens, not slaves of habit and indoctrination. Where disillusion rides high, sentiment tumbles earthwards, and the only question becomes: what can be salvaged? It thus remains the responsibility of leadership to persuade them, through both discourse and remedial action, that there are other options.
Attempted bullying is not a language of discourse, nor the facile ploy of tarring all birds with the same feather,” he said.
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