While reacting to Buhari’s visit, the IPOB leader said Aba people have rejected him (Buhari).
In a tweet on his twitter handle, Kanu posted photos showing half empty Enyimba Stadium, where Buhari’s rally took place.
“The atmosphere at the Enyimba Stadium Aba yesterday said it all,” Kanu wrote.
“The people of Enyimba rejected the Sudanese fraud Jubril, parading as @NGRPresident.
“At the directive of #IPOB Biafraland will be locked down on Biafra Referendum Day scheduled for February 16, 2019.”
IPOB had on Tuesday ordered a sit-at-home during President Buhari’s visit to the commercial city.
The atmosphere at the Enyimba Stadium Aba yesterday said it all.
The people of Enyimba rejected the Sudanese fraud Jubril, parading as @NGRPresident.
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) January 30, 2019
Kanu had recently left Israel for the UK to make some diplomatic moves to finalize plans to boycott Nigeria’s presidential elections.
IPOB announced that Biafra referendum will hold on February 16th, the same day as Nigeria’s presidential election.
Since Nnamdi Kanu resurfaced in 2018 after the Nigerian government proscribed IPOB, he has been s agitating for the Southeast’s secession from Nigeria to form its own country Biafra.
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The IPOB Kanu leader said the only way to stop dictators is by boycotting their “sham elections” as the group plans a boycott of the presidential poll.
Kanu’s group has said it will instead use the day as a referendum for Biafra. He is with his deputy Uche Mefor in London to plan and execute the Biafra referendum.
In another Biafra world news, IPOB has reiterated that the group’s stance on the boycott of the 2019 election.
Vanguard News reports that IPOB said this on Wednesday where it noted that the election boycott will be used to make a statement on the Biafran struggle.
The 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.
— Concise News Global (@ConciseNewsroom) January 31, 2019