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BREAKING: “…it’ll be recognized by UN” Imam of Peace writes Kanu on Biafra
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Imam of Peace has on Monday responded to a commendation letter by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on his (Imam) position regarding the persecution of Christians in Nigeria.
The Imam had tweeted slamming President Mohammadu Buhari’s led administration on their position to #blacklivesmatter campaign amidst unabated killing of Christians in Nigeria.
In his response, the IPOB leader eulogized him for standing for the oppressed adding that the Christian and Jewish communities will be grateful for his continued intervention in Nigeria.
In what attracted massive reshare on twitter in early Monday by members of the group, the Imam acknowledged Kanu’s message with a heartwarming reply.
Imam of Peace encouraged the agitators in their struggle for restoration on Biafra said if they believe in fantasy strongly the United Nations will surely recognize the expected country.
This is coming barely 24 hours later Kanu assured members that Biafra must be restored this year adding that the Nigerian central authority has collapsed.
He affirmed while delivering live broadcast on his Facebook page yesterday, condemned religious leaders in Nigeria for the continued silence on security issues affecting both Muslims and Christians.
He noted that men of God are the most dangerous human beings in the country following their inability to reveal wrong activities within the presidency.
Kanu further advised Nigerians to disregard the person presented on National Television Authority Saturday as President Mohammadu Buhari to mark June 12 Democracy Day.SOURCE: Scannews24.com