The leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has said that the general election rescheduled for Saturday, February 23, may not hold because ‘Jubril of Sudan’ will be chased out of Nigeria.
Kanu also described Saturday’s election as a ‘sham’, adding that he is coming back to Nigeria soon in ‘power and glory’.
The pro-Biafran leader further lamented over alleged killings of Igbo ‘spearheaded by some Southeast governors.’
He said: “There’s no government in the world that doesn’t know about IPOB and fortunately I met most of them, we don’t publish all on social media.
“All these saboteurs you see online don’t exist. Check their profile and you’ll understand they’re fake. Just ignore them.
“I’m coming to Nigeria, in power and glory. I’m coming fully prepared, whatever the Nigerian government wants, we will do it there.
“We called for the boycott of the Zoo. Nigeria was vibrating, we called it off they ran astray. That’s how powerful IPOB is.
“No amount of intimidation, arrest, killings will stop us from marching.
“I’m not sure that their Sham election will hold on Saturday 23rd Feb; because Jubril will be chased back to Sudan, then you will know that Buhari is dead.
“There is no way Jubril can survive an election in this zoo.”
Further lamenting over alleged Killing of IPOB members, Kanu called out Governors Willie Obiano of Anambra state, Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state and David Umahi of Ebonyi state, blaming them for allegedly plotting the genocide.
He said: “As I am speaking now, IPOB members are being parked and taken to DSS custody in Abuja, masterminded by Obiano and others.
“Now that Obiano, Okezie Ikpeazu and other Igbo governors are hunting down and killing IPOB members, everyone is keeping quite.
“But any day we decide to retaliate, everyone will start talking rubbish.”
Let these pictures of innocent Biafrans being tortured, humiliated and shot to death by @NigerianArmy speak to the conscience of humanity. What Obiano, Ikpeazu and Umahi are doing for their Fulani masters in Biafraland is beyond abomination. It's only a matter of time. pic.twitter.com/9PFhaxH4Hz
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) February 20, 2019