The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has stated that calling Nigeria a zoo is not hate speech.
Naija News reports that the wanted pro-Biafra activist is known for always referring to Nigeria as a zoo.
Reacting to a report on an online newspaper, Nnamdi Kanu took to Twitter to write: "Calling Nigeria a ZOO is not hate speech.
"If it is, then Nigeria itself is guilty of hate speech when its Police summons people for killing COWS but does nothing when HUMANS are killed."
Calling Nigeria a ZOO is not hate speech. If it is, then Nigeria itself is guilty of hate speech when its Police summons people for killing COWS but does nothing when HUMANS are killed. pic.twitter.com/JPpon3C7vZ
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) March 5, 2021
Meanwhile, gunmen suspected to be bandits have attacked the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) quarters in Kaduna, abducting about nine persons.
The bandits accessed the quarters through the airport runway at about 12.30 am on Saturday, abducting nine people including a whole family of six, a housewife, and her two children.
It was gathered that the incident lasted for hours as military personnel engaged the bandits, but sadly the attackers had their way.
According to TVC News, the bandits later went away on motorcycles with their abductees.
This is the first time the FAAN quarters is experiencing such an attack despite growing security concerns in the state.
Source: Naija News