Following President Muhammadu Buhari’s submission that he cannot release IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, the Indigenous People of Biafra have reportedly stated that saboteurs and traitors within its ranks are the ones forcing the President not to release their leader.
This was reportedly disclosed in a statement on Sunday by Emma Powerful, the Media and Publicity Secretary of the group.
According to the statement, “Our intelligence captured what transpired at a meeting between these saboteurs and the President in Aso Rock. In the meeting, these traitors concluded with the Presidency that Kanu should not be released, claiming erroneously thought, that IPOB and the ESN have been defeated, which are lies.”
It maintained, “But we want to tell Buhari that he is going to make a mistake capable of consuming Nigeria should he fail to release Kanu because these bunch of criminals he had a meeting with were not giving him correct information about IPOB and the ESN outfit.”
It noted, “Why should the Federal Government be releasing bandits and terrorists wreaking havoc across the country, but fail to release freedom seekers? If they have a case against him, let them come straight to the court and stop coming from the backdoor.”
The group submitted, “Kanu and IPOB will defeat them both at local and international courts; the only thing that can save Nigeria is a referendum date for the people of Biafra because the world is keenly watching.
It remarked, “IPOB is too big for them to comprehend and they could not phantom IPOB and its operational strategy when they were in IPOB. The people who visited the President promised to help him crush IPOB and the ESN, but unfortunately, they cannot achieve that; actually, they will be disappointed.”