The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has said he could not expose the impostor “Jubril” on live TV as the cost was “astronomical.”
Since he resurfaced after the Operation Python Dance, Kanu had alleged that President Muhammadu is dead but was replaced by “Jubril Al-Sudani” from Sudan.
He had vowed to expose Buhari on live TV to give credence to his claim but failed to do so.
However, while explaining his new plans to expose “Jubril,” Kanu said he could not do it on live TV as earlier promised because the cost was high.
Kanu said this over the weekend during a live broadcast on Radio Biafra where he also alleged that the Federal Government is launching media attacks against him.
“Coming to the issue of Jubril, some people have wondered why I didn’t organise a live TV expose in Israel as planned,” the pro-Biafra leader added.
“I want to tell you it’s because of the astronomical costs involved – $86,000 to be precise and I want the world to also know that intended beneficiaries of the demise of Jubril wanted to take advantage of the fact that IPOB was doing all the work for them.
“They simply wanted to waltz into office without sweating for it. That was why I terminated it.”
According to him, “all the scientific evidence I placed before the Zoo population did not move them, so I realised I was dealing with people that lacked conscience and consciousness.
“There was a conspiracy or should I gang up against my expose on Jubril. Like they did with Anambra elections, anything coming from IPOB must be suppressed by an alliance of one Nigerianists.
“Anything coming from IPOB that will collapse the Zoo they fight it.
“Those that control the levers of power in the Zoo understand that the fall of Jubril will lead to the end of the Zoo as we know it, so they used compromised media in Nigeria as always to try and rubbish it but let me see if they can overcome this proof.
“I will destroy what is left of Jubril on Thursday in a live presentation.”
Concise News understands that Kanu had called for a boycott of the 2019 election by Igbos.