The founder and the Spiritual leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu was in an explosive interview earlier this evening with ace journalist and founder of the Ovation media Chief Dele Momodu, where he said Nigerians as individuals are some of the most intelligent people in the world but as a group are the most useless bunch of people.
During the interview Nnamdi Kanu who during the interview accused British empire and the Fulani “gingerweed” as he referred to the Fulbe people throughout the interview as the greatest problem of Nigeria.
Mazi Kanu during the interview further stood corrected that President Muhammadu Buhari is dead, saying the person in Aso Rock is an impostor from Niger Yusuf Abubakar Mohammed. He said the old impostor Jubrin had deserted for Secretary of State Abba Kyari when they both went to Cuba.
Though, Dele Momodu disagreed with Nnamdi Kanu on his stand that Buhari was dead and said his very convinced that Buhari isn’t dead and that he met with him 2-years ago.
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The IPOB leader who further declared that the Biafra nation in Nigeria starts from any region in the country where they tie two wrappers and ends where they don’t. MNK declared that there are 13 Igbo-states in Nigeria, and not just the 5 Southern Eastern states claim to be, and he gave the 13-states to be Kogi, Edo, Delta, Benue, Cross-River, Akwa-Ibom, River, Enugu, Anambra, Abia, Ebonyi, Imo and Bayelsa state.
The IPOB spiritual leader during the interview revealed how the proscribed Biafra movement is bankrolled and funded, saying it is the ordinary people of the Biafraland in diaspora and back home that sponsor the movement.
Finally, when asked about his project the Biafra Radio and how it is coming along, he said in the coming weeks Biafra Radio will broadcast live in Daura, Katsina State. The home state and town of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Watch the interview below;
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