Kanu Fires Back At Igbo Leaders Who Disowned IPOB, Says He Is Ready To Die For Biafra

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July 4, 2017 – Kanu Fires Back At Igbo Leaders Who Disowned IPOB, Says He Is Ready To Die For The Actualization Of Biafra

My Death Will Bring Biafra To Pass Quicker – Kanu 

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has declared that he is ready and willing to fight with his last blood to see Biafra come to pass.

In a recent chat with Sahara, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra whose wife and children are in the United Kingdom revealed that Igbo leaders condemning his call for referendum knew he was the right person to lead the people. He added that they are employing all means to make Igbo people stop supporting him.

He reiterated that nothing can stop Biafra from breaking away from Nigeria.

13 thoughts on “Kanu Fires Back At Igbo Leaders Who Disowned IPOB, Says He Is Ready To Die For Biafra

  1. You will not die rather those vagabonds who are representing themselves in the name of representing the Igbos will answer that call, and point of correction, nobody disowned him.

  2. Kanu Nnamdi is nothing but attention seeker, he is nobody in the Igbo leadership ranks. He is a foolish person leading the blinds, ignorant, and dumb people array, it is a wise decision for those credible, recognized and highly respected Igbo leaders to disown him because of his hateful ideas of violence hatred, war monger, confusion, civil unrest and tribalism. The Igbos can demand for restructuring that benefit the region and other regions in the south without calling for war and violence. How can anyone take Kanu Nnamdi seriously when what he knows to do best is to rain insults and degrading words against other Non-Igbo speaking Nigerians? Even if Biafra is realized in the future, can Biafra survive alone without having business and trade relationship with its neighbors? It is the peak of foolishness and insanity for him to degrade other tribes just because they are not Igbo speaking God’s children. All men are created equal by God regardless of tribe, faith, culture and language. A real leader doesn’t cause confusion, promote hatred, and brainwash angry people for his or her selfish interest. Kanu Nnamdi is a big mess!

  3. ATTENTION SEEKER KE?WHO CALLED FOR WAR?MARGINALIZATION OVER LONG PERIOD OF TIME WILL ATTRACTS GODS INTERVENTION.TIME WILL TELL BUT PHAROAH MUST LET MY PEOPLE GO.

  4. In my own opinion, if the ibos are tired of being part of nigeria, it’s a very simple thing we should allow them to go. British that joined the different tribes with nothing in common, if such thing is good for them, why did the british existed from EU. Allow these people to go

  5. Buhari should allow us to go before it is too late for him and the hausa fulanis. His present incurable sickness is just the first plaque, six more plaques are yet to come upon them. Allow the ibos to leave nigeria peacefully.

  6. It amazed me how this guy called Kanu is been berated and criticized often times by enemies of progress. But I think those criticizing Biafran movement are the ones that are greedy, uncivilized individuals having be-darkened mind without any love of goodness. Nnamdi Kanu declaring that he will fight with his (last blood) does not denote war, rather it reflect his deep determination and his quest for justice and for freedom from decades of enslavement and marginalisation of igbo people through a peaceful referendum. The realization of Biafra may be sketchy at the moment but the bitter truth is that the eastern region as a whole are full backing Biafran secession from Nigeria. Igbo leaders may carry on pretense which I believe will be short-lived, but latter on they will emerge in full support of Biafra. Whoever has an ear let he or she get it straight into his or her eardrum. Biafran as a movement will surely realised their sovereign nation without a GUN SHOT.

  7. Ade God will bless you 100 fold for your thinking ability and for your intelligent comment. A truly Yoruba man with a civilized mind.

  8. DEAR MR OMOKEHINDE, IT BEATS me why you seem so terrified whenever Biafra is broached as a topic. Am I safe to assume that you stand to lose a lot? I bet this is why you have refused to use reason and unbiased reflections whenever you want to comment on this topic. Does a people not have that inalienable right of self recognition anymore? Are you now wiser than the whole of United Nations who agree to this right?

    IF THERE IS something that Kanu got wrong, isolate that and address it individually, not deploring him as a whole, together with everybody that sympathises with his cause. I have said before that I disliked his vitriolic outbursts and hate comments, but that would not make me not see the sense in the cause of actualizing Biafra. That it failed before is not a criterion that it would fail this time around. If repeating an exam that you failed before, or relaunching a business that had failed before is not foolishness but doggedness, why then would you reckon this fresh agitation for a sovereign state as foolishness?

    YOU ARE a very sensible commentator here, and everybody knows you for that. Don’t let this be mere reputation while your true character bears a different testimony altogether. Thanks!

  9. This Kanu is a yeyeman. He did not achieve anything in London and now making noise in Nigeria.

    • What he has achieved and yet to achieve, your whole generations even to the 10th generation will never achieve it

  10. Just hang yourself Kanu, in the name of Biafra and let us see how many of your followers will follow suit…yeyenotu! As for those rejoicing over President Buhari’s illness, he has lived a fulfilled, purposeful life as one of the most outstanding, remarkable sons of Nigeria. I for one will be proud to Buhari’s daughter or sister. Even if he dies today, he has not died in vain. Do you know how your end will be or what people will write about you when your time is up? Beware how you rejoice at other people’s misfortunes or predicament.

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