Nnamdi Kanu Reveals The Only Thing That Can Make Him Abandon Struggle For Biafra

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The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has revealed the ‘only thing’ that can make him abandon his struggle for the sovereign state of Biafra.

Kanu, in a live Radio Biafra broadcast on Saturday, made the revelation while reacting to the death of President Muhammadu Buhari’s chief of staff, Abba Kyari. He claims that the President’s office in Aso-rock is inaccessible at the moment because Abba Kyari’s palm print is needed to open the door. In his words;

“If you can go into the presidential office and stream from that office, I will abandon Biafra. The key to the office is lying somewhere in the grave in Abuja. You cannot access the office. They need Abba Kyari to open the Presidential office. They need to do the palm print of Abba Kyari to open the office,”

“If they can enter the presidential office and stream live from there, I will abandon Biafra, I will come on LIVE to apologize and abandon Biafra. But they can’t do it, the Chinese is working tirelessly to meltdown the door. He (Abba Kyari) was cremated when he died, no retina scan, no palm print, they cannot access the office. Anybody they are receiving now cannot go into the office,” Kanu alleged.

He added that Mr Buhari does not stay in the Presidential office.

“That Boy from Sudan is eating Nkwobi, they brought an Igbo girl for him and he started Nkwobi, I don’t know how he developed the taste for Nkwobi. Now there is no more Champions League, I don’t know what he will be watching. They can only take visitors to the room where Jubril (Buhari) watch Champions League and not the Presidential office.”

“That place is banned before you open it, you need to scan the retina and Palm Print of Abba Kyari and that is how Abba Kyari became the most powerful man.” he alleged.


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