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Indivisible Soviet Union, others divided, Biafra must come – Nnamdi Kanu
Nnamdi Kanu has affirmed that the nation Biafra must be a reality noting that Nigeria is divisible.
He pointed out other countries that appeared indivisible and later was divided.
The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Kanu disclosed this in a post on his Twitter handle (@mazinnamdikanu) on Tuesday, said both Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Roman & British empires were divided despite the claim of indivisibility.
His post reads: “All countries, like Nigeria, that were said to be INDIVISIBLE have all DISINTEGRATED.
“This includes the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, etc. Even Roman & British empires were once touted as not only indivisible but PERMANENT.
“Nigeria is DIVISIBLE. Biafra shall come.”
Kanu had on Monday alleged that President Mohammadu Buhari shut down Seme borders to prompt smuggling of rice and other scare contraband products from Northern Nigeria borders.
Kanu also said the President’s border closure contravenes Economic Community Of West African Countries (ECOWAS) Treaties which restraint member countries from closing business borders.
IPOB’s struggle took new shape in September as the leader led the group to the European Union, United Nations and another international diplomacy tour to Egypt, Japan etc.
Kanu recently blasted South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, for colluding with President Buhari, Abba Kayri and Aso Rock cabals for spearheading a brutal attack on protesting IPOB members.
He also accused Cyril of betraying Biafra despite assistance aided to late Nelson Mandela during 60s crisis.