Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu Reacts To Leaked Romantic Video With Wife
IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has lavished praises on his wife, Uchechi Okwu-Kanu whom he described as “intoxicatingly beautiful.”

Concise News reports that Kanu made the statement on Friday through his Twitter handle.

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The IPOB leader stated that most people did not quite understand when he repeatedly announced on the radio that his wife is intoxicatingly beautiful but millions can bear him witness now that she has remained “adorably divine as ever” even after childbirth.

His tweet read: “When I repeatedly announced on radio that you are intoxicatingly beautiful, most didn’t quite understand.

“Now millions can bear me witness. Even after childbirth, as adorably divine as ever. In the end, we always win. #Biafra rocks”.

Concise News reports that Kanu’s tweet is apparently in reaction to a video of him and his wife in romantic display surfaced online.

It was not clear if the video is recent but IPOB deputy leader Uche Mefor while reacting said the video appeared first online between 2013 and 2014.

“The video making rounds about the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is not new, it has been in circulation since 2013/2014 and as such nothing to be surprised about. Be advised accordingly, though, that this is a video of husband and wife (Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and our own Mrs Uchechi Okwu-kanu).

“We note that employing of this cowardly conduct remains in the circumstances the only response-and-panic-control strategy from the already destabilized, panicky Aso Rock cabals and their e-rats to try to regain their battered and tattered image,” Mefor had said in a statement obtained by Naija News.

Kanu, who is championing a secession of the Igbo people from Nigeria is currently in the United Kingdom following his one-year disappearance after he was granted bail in the case between him and the Nigerian Government. The group he leads (IPOB) has been since proscribed by the government.