Nnamdi Kanu Is Fighting For His Self-Interest – Southeast Governors Fire Back
Southeast governors have accused the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, of pursuing a selfish agenda mainly for himself.
The governors also warned Kanu, who is on the run from Nigeria, that he would be repatriated to the country to face the wrath of the law if he dares attack any of them abroad as he had boasted.
In a statement by Dave Umahi of Ebonyi and chairman of the southeast governors’ forum, he and his colleagues claimed Kanu was only pretending to be fighting for Ndigbo.
They said he is “pretending to be fighting for Ndigbo and would soon be exposed him if he doesn’t retrace his steps.”
Read the full warning below:
Southeast governors are saddened with the ugly display and dance of shame by IPOB in Germany in attacking one of the finest leaders of Ndigbo, Senator Ike Ekweremmadu. We totally condemn it as we weep for them as they never knew the implication of their naked dance in public.
We have also noted the empty threats by Mr. Nnamdi Kanu (a former ordinary member of MASSOB) to attack governors of southeast, Ohanaeze leadership and other Igbo politicians for not supporting the self-acclaimed supreme leader in his self-fight for the raw power and wealth while pretending to be fighting for Ndigbo.
We wish to warn that should any southeast person be attacked anywhere in the world, we shall, by all means, bring back Kanu to Nigeria to face the wrath of our people. It is madness for anyone who wants raw power with no experience to think that we governors will support the killing of our people giving out our scarce land to herdsmen.
If Kanu is serious, let him direct IPOB to fight those foreign killer herdsmen in their countries of origin since he claims the IPOB is in over 100 countries in the world.
If Kanu who was previously in MASSOB but needed power and money wants Biafra and he is the self-acclaimed supreme leader, let him come back home with his army and guns to lead us to battle for the empire he desire to lead other than cheap talks. Soonest Ndigbo will know him better.