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Igbo Presidency: ‘Power is taken not given’ Nnamdi Kanu blasts Southeast leaders
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) pf has condemned the continued move by the Southeast politicians demanding zoning of 2023 presidency to the region’.
In a statement shared on his Facebook page, Tuesday Kanu described the leaders as ‘Shameless crying babies’ advised that that Power is taken and not given.
He noted that what is presently displaying is an ‘elementary politics which basic idiot can understand its doctrine.
Clarifying further, the director of Radio Biafra said the Western’s Afenifere did not go kneeling or betray and kill their people for the ‘Fulanis before to earn the right to present presidential candidates in 1999 rather it was given to appease Oduduwa breakaway.
Similarly, Kanu regretted the Ohanaeze leader, John Nwodo failed to support IPOB which would have triggered the “Janjaweed mob and their British controllers” to come kneeling for Igbo presidency.
He revealed that the Fulanis (assumed to be power controllers) are taking advantage of the desperate and stupid Igbos to dangle for Igbo president thereby setting them against themselves; “That was why Dave Umahi never supported or accepted Peter Obi as VP to Atiku in 2019 because that would have truncated his own chances of emerging in 2023.
Nnamdi Kanu noted that the quest so far has caused Nwodo and Umahi conniving with Fulanis to kill Biafran youths, who are to protect them and Igboland, to ‘be seen as a loving loyal servant Janjaweed caliphate’
He maintained no Igbo man would be made either of the political party flag bearers come 2023 including Nyesom Wike, Davide Umahi, and Nnia John Nwodo. Full Text
Meanwhile, reports have it, six South-South governors, on Tuesday expressed displeasure against the presidency for failing to grace a scheduled stakeholders’ meeting in Port Harcourt, River State.
The Niger Delta leaders were thrown in a deep surprise after Ibrahim Gambari, the Chief of Staff to the President, snubbed the meeting convened at his instance to discuss rising threats to peace in the region.