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Nnamdi Kanu: "18 Men Died Defending Me"

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has warned those who take IPOB for granted that they are playing with fire, Igbere TV reports.

Kanu made this known during an interview with IrokopostTV’s Rudolf Okonkwo.

He said: “You think as I am, 18 men died defending me to get me out of my house, then you kill me and they will keep quiet?”

“Seriously speaking, is that what any sensible person will think? This hardcore IPOB?”

During a New York Town hall meeting, the IPOB leader had said that if anything happened to him, millions of suicide bombers would strike northern cities, Igbere TV reports.

When offered the chance to clarify, he said:

“If you want to know what will happen, then arrange to have me killed. Then you will see what will happen.”

On what he learned from the experience of the men who fought during the first Biafran struggle, Kanu said that the day the former Biafran leader, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, declared for NPN was the end of the Igbo race.

“From that day till today, we haven’t recovered,” he said, “and we will likely never recover until Biafra comes.”

The Biafran leader said that Ojukwu was deceived by those working for the Fulanis to join politics under the impression that he could get Biafra through politics. He said IPOB had learnt that lesson and would never join partisan politics.

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