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IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The leader of the outlawed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (Ipob) Nnamdi Kanu, has wondered what the Yorubas will do if the Apapa and Tin Can Island wharf were closed.

Kanu, Concise News understands, is in the UK and has been clamoring for a referendum for “Biafrans” during the presidential elections.

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And in his latest tweet, the IPOB leader asked if the Yorubas will still be shouting “One Nigeria” if these ports were closed.

“If Apapa Wharf & Tin Can Island were closed indefinitely and every Nigerian forced to use Calabar & Igweocha seaports, will some Yorubas still shout One Nigeria?” he tweeted.

“#SitAtHome on February 16, 2019, and be counted.”

Nnamdi Kanu: Nigeria Won’t Enjoy Democracy

In a related Biafra news, Concise News reported Kanu as saying that the dividends of democracy will continue to elude Nigeria as long as it continues to operate with the 1999 constitution.

The secessionist group leader also said that democracy cannot be achieved in Nigeria through the ballot.