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Prince Nnamdi Kanu has restated his commitment to restoring the sovereign state of Biafra.
Kanu assured during his Radio Biafra broadcast on Thursday, said the demise of his parents will launch new force in him that will trigger the coming of the nation by all means.
He said his father was peaceful and the mother, well cherished by all noting that no one comes to their palace without returning home with a gift item or not to be fed.
He revealed that his father, who is fondly called by many as Ume Udo (peacemaker) abhor violence and have not killed anyone before.
He said the death of his parents was after sighting twenty-eight lifeless bodies the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) members allegedly brutally murdered by the Nigerian army during a military exercise, Operation Python Dance, in Afaraukwu community.
He said the killing is sacrilegious carried out in the palace of the late Royal Majesty, Eze Okwu Kanu.
The trauma-induced both parents and took their lives away from them.
In a separate post shared on his private Facebook page on Friday night, Kanu extended a heartwarming thanks to all who came to mourn with him, adding the Biafra is now sure.
He said very soon Biafrans will March and the sun will set where ‘the vandals are vanquished and the tricolour of the rising sun raised never to be lowered again’.
He, however, thanks Chuwku-okike (God) for the success achieved and all that helped to put the enemies to shame.
Опубликовано The Biafra Digest Четверг, 13 февраля 2020 г.