The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has reportedly stated that his ordeal in the hand of the Federal Government over alleged terrorism would only “last for a while.”
This was disclosed in a statement by Kanu’s lawyer and human rights activist, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, on Friday.
He stated, “Our visit to our indefatigable client – Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, remains positive as our legal strategies were discussed, and he is in firm spirit.”
He added, “Onyendu reiterates that the ongoing interventions towards peaceful coexistence must be respected, encouraged, and abided by. His call for unity among the entire Umu Chineke at all levels, who believe in his peaceful message cannot be overemphasized.”
The statement also read, “Further, Onyendu extends his warm regards to millions of his fans and followers who have equally remained consistently resolute and focused. He is convinced that the present situation will only last a while and he will emerge victoriously.”
It maintained, “He also used the opportunity to offer special prayers for me in commemoration of my birthday, as he believed most strongly that the future is crystal bright and holds many good tidings.”
He made it known that “Consistent with our usual request, we crave for your unrelentless prayers and supplications to the Almighty Chukwuokike Abiama. It will surely end in praise. Thank you all, Umu Chineke, and remain blessed.”