Biafra: IPOB Declares Sit-At-Home On Buhari's Visit To Aba
IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu and President Muhammadu Buhari.

Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, on Thursday mocked President Muhammadu Buhari for allegedly placing more value on cows than Nigerian youths.

Kanu made this known in a post with his twitter handle @MaziNnamdiKanu.

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Concise News gathered that the the leader of the Biafra secession struggle is also not happy with youths who support Buhari.

In the same post, Kanu mocked Nigerian youths who are supporting President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election.

Kanu also insinuated that Buhari values cows more than the future of Nigeria youths.

He wonders why the president would budget N91bn for grazing reserves while Asuu strike continues unabated.

He tweeted:

You will recall that the Academic Staff of Nigeria Universities (Asuu) has been on strike since late 2018.

Despite this, all meetings between Asuu executives and Federal govt officials have ended inconclusively.

The Buhari’s re-election campaign has, however, been enjoying massive patronage from Nigerian youths.

A good number of the youths are University undergraduates affected by the ongoing Asuu strike.

This apparently did not go down well with Kanu, making him take a swipe at both Buhari and his youth supporters in his latest rant.

Since he re-surfaced after going underground in 2016, Kanu has embarked on renewed agitation for Biafra.

The self-acclaimed leader of IPOB, operators of Radio Biafra, recently relocated from Israel to UK to reunite with his family.

IPOB claimed that Kanu’s relocation to UK is to fine-tune plans to boycott Nigeria’s 2018 general elections.

Concise News reports that the proscribed secessionist group went further in its election boycott plans by fixing Biafra referendum day on February 16th, same day a Nigeria’s presidential election.

The Nigerian government has, however, not reacted to IPOB’s latest election boycott order as at the time of filing this report.