Latest Biafra News Roundup Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
Latest Biafra News Roundup Wednesday, May 1st, 2019

In the last 24 hours, some interesting stories about the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have been on the front burner, and now, Concise News has gathered them together for your reading.

The leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has thanked the Chief Rabbi of Munich, Shmuel Brodman, for hosting IPOB members to a “wonderful dinner”.

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The IPOB leader appreciated the Chief Rabbi whom he called a dear brother and a friend of Biafra for what he described as an “amazing evening with the family”.

Kanu was in Munich, Germany, for IPOB town hall meeting held on Saturday.

He expressed his appreciation to the Rabbi in a post on his Twitter handle on Tuesday morning.

“My appreciation to a very gracious host, dear brother and friend of Biafra, the Chief Rabbi of Munich and Greater Bayern, Shmuel Brodman, for a wonderful dinner and amazing evening with the family. God bless Biafra, God bless Israel,” Kanu had tweeted.

The Nigerian government has since proscribed the group.

2. Kanu’s Diplomatic Moves Will Soon Bring Freedom – IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is confident recent diplomatic moves by its leader Nnamdi Kanu will soon bring actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra.

In a statement on Tuesday by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB declared with full confidence that Biafra restoration is gathering momentum with the recent visit of its leader Mazi Kanu to Germany.

According to IPOB, “the diplomatic moves to restore Biafra sovereignty and freedom by our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are currently gathering momentum across the whole world.”

“The recent diplomatic move by IPOB leader in Germany yesterday is another sign that Biafra restoration is a divine project and will in no distant time be a reality.

“Our Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been making serious moves to restore Biafra in our life time which most enemies of Biafra do not know.

3. ‘I Will Smoke You Out’, Asari Dokubo Threatens Nnamdi Kanu

A former Niger Delta militant leader, Asari Dokubo, has vowed to kill the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu or any member of the group that tries to attack him.

He accused the IPOB leader of compromising the struggle for the actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra.

Dokubo in a video he shared on Facebook on Wednesday morning, wondered why Kanu is running instead of facing the Nigerian Government squarely.

He insisted that Kanu killed Prophet Anthony Nwoko, saying even he as a Muslim has not killed anyone before.

He said, “Our fellow Biafrans, in this period of darkness, a few people have decided to thrash our struggle in the blood of our own people. So that they will become Supreme leaders, saviours and messiahs.

“We didn’t see the red flag, the signals were always there but some people saw it before us.

“But because we believed that Biafra must be achieved with any means possible, we did not see these dangerous signals early enough.”

Speaking further about the assassination of Biafra Prophet, Nwoko, Asari said it was wrong for the Biafran struggle to be turned into bloodshed.

He warned that he would not hesitate to kill Nnamdi Kanu if he dares him, saying, “I’ll smoke you out. I’m not boasting.

“I’ ll smoke you out from every hole, every corner. They know me.

“If one idiot threatens to attack me and makes good his words to attack me, I’ll kill him.”

Asari had earlier accused Kanu of Killing prophet Anthony Nwoko, his (Kanu) former ally who later turned critic. Nwoko was murdered recently in his Enugu home.

Meanwhile, Kanu had since denied having any hand in the killing of Nwoko, telling Asari to show proof for his allegation.

 

That’s the roundup of the latest Biafra news. Stick around on the Concise News website for the latest Biafra news. See you soon!