The leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has berated the British government for backing the Muhammadu Buhari administration.
Speaking during a live broadcast on Tuesday evening, the IPOB leader also accused the UK govt of backing Fulani herdsmen to attack and kill peope in towns and villages.
According to the IPOB leader, Britain which left the European Union (EU) through Brexit has no moral justification to prevent Nigeria’s indigenous peoples from self-determination.
Nnamdi Kanu said, “If being one with the other people is a very good thing, why did Britain support the disintegration of Yugoslavia? I asked myself, why did Britain leave the EU if diversity is a wonderful thing? Why did it leave if being one big family is a good thing? I’m asking that Catriona Laing this evening, that demon of a woman, that why did Britain leave the EU?”
The pro-Biafra activist also urged agitators of self-determination never to back down from their ultimate goal.
Nnamdi Kanu also accused the Nigerian Army for allegedly protecting killer Fulani herdsmen as well as supplying them with weapons.
“Fulani people are attacking us in Enugu and Ebonyi states. The Governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi was in support of the slaughter of his own people by Fulani terrorists. These Fulani murderers from Niger Republic, Senegal, Mali and the Gambia are providing military assistance to the Nigerian Army who in turn give arms to Miyetti Allah to kill innocent people.
“Resistance is the key. No matter what they do to you, remain focused. We are going to defend our land. The Nigerian Army is providing escorts to Fulani murderers in all our villages and towns to slaughter people.”
“The British government is actively aiding and abetting the Fulani government in the Zoo called Nigeria. The British government led by Boris Johnson who is presiding over evil government in Nigeria through Catriona Laing, the British High Commissioner needs idiots to be in power in Abuja, that’s why they are protecting the Fulani. Don’t allow yourself to be used or intimated, especially our Oduduwa brothers and sisters. You must remain strong,” Kanu said.