Barrister Aloy Ejimakor, a counsel to the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has mourned the passing of Ugoeze Sally Nmeme Kanu, mother of the political activist, Concise News reports.
Nmeme Kanu died in Germany over the weekend.
Multiple reports say Kanu broke the sad news via a video early Sunday morning.
Sympathisers have taken to social media to commiserate with the controversial Biafra crusader. And among them is legal practitioner, Ejimakor.
Accompanied with a picture of the deceased, he wrote on his known Twitter handle on Sunday: “I mourn with you, my Client, my Friend @MaziNnamdiKanu RIPP UGOEZE”
— aloy ejimakor (@AloyEjimakor) October 20, 2019
Kanu Alleges ‘Evil Plan By Fulani Caliphate’ Against Biafrans
Meanwhile, Kanu, has accused Fulani strongmen of attempting to keep Biafrans in perpetual bondage.
Kanu also claimed the ‘Fulani Caliphate’ desires to “cripple us economically and turn our politicians to beggars like Alimajiris”.
The bereaved who made these accusations on his known Twitter handle vowed that his group will resist the supposed plan.
The 52-year-old was further reacting to the Onitsha fire incidents which claimed some lives and properties.
He wrote on Saturday: “IPOB will resist the evil plan by Fulani caliphate to keep the people of Biafra in perpetual bondage, cripple us economically and turn our politicians to beggers (sic) like Alimajiris.”