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BREAKING: Deji takes IPOB leader, Kanu to the cleaners over order to arrest Buhari in Japan
Mr Deji Adeyanju has affirmed his stand on Nnamdi Kanu said the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is a businessman and remains one.
In a post on his Facebook page, the member of the defunct group, Our Mumu Don Do while citing quote from Martin Luther King, condemned use of violent action to muzzle change on the government, adding that continued use of words is attainable in Nigeria system.
Nnamdi Kanu had on Thursday 23 August 2019, ordered IPOB family units in Japan to intensify efforts to ensure the Nigerian President, Mohammadu Buhari is disgraced, arrested and handed over to authority in Japan for parading himself when he is an impostor.
To drive his point home, Deji said Kanu does not have Igbos at heart, that he is only interested in his sponsors where he will collect money from highest bidder.
He further condemned IPOB’s attack on former Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, noting that if kanu is driven by Igbo ideology he would not attack the senator who sorted for his release when he was in Kuje Prison.
He said the bid of Kanu is targeted at making sure no man from the Igbo extraction becomes Nigeria President, that his action, if successfully carried out on Buhari in Japan, will endanger lives of Igbos living in the Northern part of Nigeria.
The post, titled: “RE: Nnamdi Kanu issues order for President Buhari to be arrested & disgraced in Japan” reads:
“Permit me to start with the words of Marthin Luther King: “In spite of temporary victories, violence never brings permanent peace. We adopt the means of nonviolence because our end is a community at peace with itself. We will try to persuade with our words, but if our words fail, we will try to persuade with our acts.”
“You have heard me say before and I will say again, Nnamdi Kanu is only a business man looking for where to collect money. He is not driven by ideology or love for the igbos. After attacking his fellow Igbo brother, Senator Ike Ekweremadu who played a significant role in ensuring his release from Kuje Prison in Germany, Kanu the businessman has called on some of his miscreants/supporters to attack President Buhari as he visits Japan. Those who were doubting me when I said Kanu is being sponsored by some element in the North can now see the clear handwriting on the wall. How can any reasonable person openly call for an attack on the president of a nation on foreign soil? Even if you don’t like Buhari or what he represents, at least we must respect the fact that he is the president of our country.
“Do you think Kanu does not know the danger of attacking Buhari in Japan. He knows but those sponsoring him are doing everything humanly possible to ensure no Igbo man ever rule Nigeria and also put peace loving igbos in the North in danger by setting them up for reprisal attacks by Buhari’s fanatical supporters.
“The other plot is also to use Kanu to divide igbos by creating an atmosphere of war. The plan of the sponsors of Kanu is to provoke the political leaders in the South East, i.e -governors and other elected officials to the point that they will have no other option but to orchestrate attacks against Kanu and his supporters in retaliation. Kanu only worships money and will not stop the verbal attacks on Igbo leaders in as much as his paymasters continue to send him alerts.”