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Imam of Peace writes heartwarming letter to IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu over Biafra
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Imam of Peace has on Monday answered back to the commendation message by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on his (Imam) stance regarding the persecution of Christians in Nigeria.
The Imam had tweeted blasting 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 applauded him for defending the persecuted Nigerians adding that the Christian and Jewish communities will be appreciative of his incessant intervention in Nigeria.
In what intrigued enormous re-share on Twitter early Monday by IPOB members, the Imam affirmed Kanu’s statement with heartwarming feedback.
Imam of Peace facilitated the agitators on their crusade for the sovereign state of Biafra explained if they believe in fantasy strongly the United Nations will surely recognize the anticipated country.
This came 24 hours later Kanu guaranteed members of the group that Biafra must be reclaimed this year adding that the Nigerian central government has slumped.
He upheld while conveying a live broadcast on his Facebook page yesterday, criticized religious leaders in Nigeria for the endless calmness on insecurity affecting both Muslims and Christians.
Kanu remarked that men of God are the most unstable human beings in Nigeria following their ineptitude to disclose erroneous activities within the federal government.
He further warned citizens to ignore the individual introduced on National Television Authority, NTA on Saturday in place President Mohammadu Buhari to commemorate June 12 Democracy Day.SOURCE: Scannews24.com