BIAFRA: Nnamdi Kanu claims to take IPOB to Abuja on the 17th of October
Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), in a recent interview said that he will be in Abuja on Tuesday, October 17, because his people are there. Kanu, however, said Biafra republic is delayed because his people (Igbo) have not turned away totally from worshipping idols.
Reporters gathered that the IPOB leader said he will be going to a place known as Arochuwku to build a temple and start worshiping God there.
He said: ''There was a time God loved us, we used to obey Him by going to Arochukwu to offer Him sacrifice. ''We started suffering as soon as Arochukwu failed, because the people dabbled into idolatry. The Igbo should turn away from idolatry and face God and Him alone, that’s the message he said I should give my people.
''There is a superior force fighting for the Igbo in heaven, Chukuokike Abiama, the Almighty God in heaven is fighting. This is His battle, it is not Nnamdi Kanu or IPOB’s battle. God is fighting His battle for us.
On his re-arrest Kanu, the IPOb leader said President Muhammadu Buhari was the one who broke the laws and disobeyed the direct court order to release him unconditionally. He said: ''President Muhammadu Buhari was the one who violated the laws, he disobeyed the direct court order to release me unconditionally, not once, but twice. ''The worst mistake Buhari ever made was to arrest me. I will break the zoo into pieces. I am taking IPOB to Abuja on the 17th of next month for my court case. There will be 2 million people in Abuja. We take the battle to our enemies''.