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The spiritual Director of Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry, Rev Fr Emmanuel Obimma, fondly called Ebube Muonso on Saturday paid a condolence visit to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu following the tragic loss of his parents, HRM, Eze and Lolo Okwu Kanu.
The Reverend, in viral video retrieved by SCANNEWS 24 was received by the family in absence of Kanu who stayed away from the burial following a court verdict that put him on the wanted list for jumping court seating.
He condemned the security architecture of the country said it is too porous, noting that agitators are targeted instead of the real criminals.
He said federal government’s clampdown on the IPOB leader is not necessary adding that Kanu is agitating for the country without intimidation, oppression and corruption and should ve allowed to do that in the confine of both local and international laws.
He maintained that most of the incidents unfolding today are part of the revelation of yesterdays he saw but was neglected.
Rev. Fr. Ebube Monso pays condolence visit to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on the demise of his parents. He spoke the truth without fear or favour. Hear him