Everyone Supporting Nnamdi Kanu Is In A One-Chance Vehicle- Brig. Gen. Sani Usman Speaks

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has not been seen after the military invasion of his home in Abia State, Nigeria.

The British Government recently inquired about the whereabouts of the IPOB leader and many IPOB members have accused the Nigerian government of detaining their leader.

The Head Army Public Relations, Brig. Gen. Sani Usman, has made it known during a press round that everyone supporting IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, were in a “one-chance vehicle.”
In his words:


“There was an allegation that somebody (Kanu) went into hiding. Now, I can’t remember the day but in an interview on Channels TV, one of Nnamdi Kanu’s younger brothers said that he was in hiding and he knew where he was.

“And one lawyer came up that he has taken the Chief of Army Staff to court. Now, who gave you the brief? You said you do not know where he (Kanu) is. Now, who gave you the brief? And the media is asking us where is Nnamdi Kanu? Why not ask the man that said so who gave him the brief to take people to court when he does not know where the man is?

“…That is why those people following him have entered into a one-chance vehicle. This is somebody standing trial in a criminal case. Sometimes, whether we like it or not, we want to stand against the truth. But no matter how long, the truth will come to pass on October 17. This is an individual without a means of livelihood.

“I can speak eloquently. So what? If I can speak like him; I can also have my own group, that’s exactly what is happening. So, what is the essence of our education as a people? You know that somebody is in a criminal case, and you believe in him.”

One Response to Everyone Supporting Nnamdi Kanu Is In A One-Chance Vehicle- Brig. Gen. Sani Usman Speaks

  1. Emmanuel Ekesi says:

    IPOB is generally misunderstood. You cannot effectively deal IPOB without trying to unravel why it existed in the first placed and why it is getting the kind of support that it is getting. There is massive discontentment with the federal government over years of gross negligence. So it has become an effective weapon of mobilization. It is so glaring that you don’t look for those things before your see them. Dialogue is still the best solution and massive infrastructural investment . So as to assure the people that they are still part of Nigeria.

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