The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has stated that he does not feel safe in England.
The IPOB leader, wanted by the Nigerian government for acts of treason, is also a citizen of the United Kingdom.
Speaking to Adam Rothbard on an unidentified Israeli television station and shared on the interviewer’s Facebook page, Kanu accused the Nigeria Army of trying to kill him (in a raid on his home last year).
He said: “Nigerian Army came to my house to kill me. They killed 28 people in the process.
When asked why he wasn’t killed, he said, “My people evacuated me before they could get to me. And they smuggled me out of Nigeria.
“I would say, I’m relieved that I managed to make it to the only place that I feel safe in the whole world (Israel). I could have gone back to England, but I still don’t feel safe enough to go back to England.”