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Monday, 4 May 2020

Nigerians Love Their Oppressors -IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu

Nigerians Love Their Oppressors -IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) globally, has in his last broadcast, publicly stated that Nigerians derive joy, being oppressed. That is why they remain indifferent, rising up against their oppressors. The IPOB leader pointedly made this statements during his live expository lecture on Radio Biafra last Sunday being 3rd of May 2020. He emphasized that Nigerians have up till date, not confronted the hydra-corrupt government led by the All Progressive Congress (APC), due to the evil backing of Yoruba journalists. This has helped the misfits at the corridors of power to conceal their evil deeds against the poor masses.

In his gross displeasure, the IPOB leader very definitively, lamblastered the Yoruba journalists over the Fulani janjaweed leaders who out of their professional incompetence and greed, invited the Chinese scientists to the country to carry out their Covid-19 experiment on the people. This he maintained, has led to the loss of many lives in Kano State, particularly. He reiterated that this was exercebated due to the sustainability of lies and evil through various Yoruba-owned/sponsored media outlets in Nigeria.

"And because people are deeply involved in propagating lies, that is why the country keeps moving backwards".

Recall that in his previous radio broadcasts on Radio Biafra London, he had repeatedly asked these Yoruba journalists/leaders, to desist from supporting evil and demand for their own Oduduwa Republic. According to him, it is only the disintegration of Nigeria that would liberate all the peoples annexed together in the totally unworkable one Nigeria. He stressed that the plan of Yoruba people for Alhaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu to assume the position of the next Nigerian President come 2023, will dedound to fruitlessness. The Fulani Northern cabals, he assured them, will totally frustrate his efforts just like they did to his predecessors.

The IPOB leader passionately pleaded with the Yoruba people to demand for the whereabouts of their own son, brother and father, Nigeria's Vice President - Yemi Osinbajo, who has remained brazenly incommunicado since the illness and eventual death of the former Chief of Staff to the President, Alhaji Abba Kyari who was officially pronounced dead by the Presidency on Friday 17th April 2020, after battling with Covid-19 infection. According to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, "the Vice President - Professor Yemi Osinbajo is in a deep mess because he has currently been placed under a house arrest by the Fulani cabals that are running Nigeria". "Yoruba, ask for your son and leave Biafra alone!", Kanu plainly suggested.

It is important to also state here that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had consistently accused Abba Kyari before his death, of acting as the Nigerian defacto President since the death of President Muhammadu Buhari on the 14th of February, 2017. He asserted that the Buhari actor in Aso Rock is an impostor known as Jubril Al-Sudan. "This may have been the main reason behind the conspiracy of the Fulani cabals infested Aso Rock, to kidnap Professor Yemi Osinbajo as a way of stalling his emergence as the new President of Nigeria while the North continues to rule", a Facebook observer rightly pointed out.

Moreover, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu dared Nigerians to bring out the real President Buhari they voted for in 2015, for live television address to the nation and take questions from unbiased journalists if he was still alive. He maintained that Nigerians have kept loving and tolerating their oppressors and that is why Mohammed Tukur, the legal adviser to Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), one of Nigeria's deadly terrorist organizations, was appointed and still serves as the Secretary of the country's Federal Character Commission (FCC). Yet Nigerians have failed to sit up against this. "What we are witnessing in Nigeria today is a movement away from Animal Kingdom to Animated Kingdom", the IPOB leader stated.

To further buttress his assertions about late Buhari's impostor, Jubril Al-Sudani, he then posted an evidential picture on his Facebook page, calling on the Nigerian elitist class, Professors and the religious leaders, to verify from good conscience, if the person in the picture was truly Buhari. "Tell me if this one you are looking at in this picture, is Buhari", he further demanded.

He maintained that virtually everybody in Nigeria knows that the young man (Jubril Al-Sudani), in that picture wearing Buhari's hyper-realistic mask, is not Muhammadu Buhari. But because people are being bribed to look the other way, majority of them are acting based on fear. They have refused to speak the truth.

The IPOB leader later called on the masses holed up in Nigeria, to rise up and revolute against the evil that has overtaken the country. He further said that unless they stood up against this spread of darkness, they would never ever see the light in this present life.

He equally urged family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), to consistently thread on the path of  truth nonetheless. He stated that it was incumbent upon them to at all times, speak the truth and damn the consequences no matter whose ox is gored. The IPOB leader proclaimed unequivocally that he would never accord respect to any elder who buries the truth and gravitate bathing in the rivers of lies and deceit because of mere peanuts, being offered to them by their oppressors/enemies.

IPOB family members globally, were thereby charged to massively move to their twitter handles and tweet the pictures of the Sudanese young man that the Nigerian government presented to it's people as Muhammadu Buhari, to notable world leaders and organizations. Through this, all their lies and deceit all these years, would be ridiculously laid bare for the entire civilized global community, to see.

Written by Ike Ozulumba Mbaegbu
For Family Writers Press International

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