What Happened To Kalu Is A Lesson To Igbos – Kanu

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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu via his verified Facebook page reiterated on the events unfolding on the embattled former Governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu, and how his experience should serve as a deterrent to any other Biafran planning to mingle with the Nigerian Government.

 

“LET WHAT BEFELL ORJI UZOR KALU SERVE AS A LESSON TO OTHERS”

“……and as I warned them many years ago, serve the Zoo come back in shame.”

“I warned him when he came to see me in Kuje Prison that those illiterate unity begging Alimajiris from the desert don’t love him but he wouldn’t listen.”

“I warned him that Fulani caliphate will not rest until they conquer, subdue and enslave the entire East and West because of their sense of inferiority complex, but he wouldn’t listen.”

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“I warned him of the pathological hatred these Alimajiris have towards Biafrans (Igbos especially) because our industry and ingenuity expose their mediocrity, but he wasn’t having it. He was a committed One Nigeria apologist.”

“I reminded him of what happened to Ken Saro Wiwa who like him believed so much in One Nigeria and ended up being killed by the same Alimajiri he served so dilligently against Biafra, but he wouldn’t listen.”

“Today they are picking them off one after the other because they know IPOB won’t fight for any Efulefu. If he had known what was to become of him, he would have done exactly what I told him during our meeting, join the nearest IPOB family and support the Biafra restoration project. Isn’t it ironic the only thing that will save Orji Uzor Kalu now is the coming of Biafra. Will Dave Umahi, Okezie Ikpeazu, Willie Obiano, Rochas Okorocha learn from this?”

 

 

MAZI NNAMDI KANU

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