Nnamdi Kanu featured on Israeli National TV, reveals how he was smuggled out of Nigeria
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, yesterday had an interview with an Israeli National TV where he revealed he was smuggled out of Nigeria.
Kanu who resurfaced recently in Isreal, had his house invaded by the Military. According to him, 28 persons died in that attack, but his followers were able to smuggle him before they got to his bedroom.
“One day, the Nigerian army came to my house to kill me. They killed 28 people in their attempt to kill me. My people evacuated me before they came to my bedroom. They took me away and smuggled me out of Nigeria. I needed sometime to recover which I did and then, had to make my way to Israel.” he said
The IPOB leader also spoke on the group’s demand which is freedom and breakaway from the country Nigeria.
Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu said the Nigerian government spurned the demands he made after he was released from prison over a year ago.
“I told them, that I want them to open Igweocha seaport, Port Harcourt,” Nnamdi Kanu, who leads the Indigenous People of Biafra, said in a message posted to Radio Biafra’s Facebook page on Sunday.
“I ask them to open Calabar seaport and Warri Seaport, I did this in writing and gave it to them, I told them to dredge River Niger, allow the direct international flight to Europe and USA from Enugu, Igweocha and Calabar airport.”
Kanu said he also demanded the release of former Nigerian security adviser Sambo Dasuki and the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and the investigation of “the mass murder of IPOB family members at Onitcha, Nkpor, Aba, Enugu, Igweocha, Umahia and Asaba.”
A post shared on Radio Biafra reads;
NNAMDI KANU LANDMARK INTERVIEW WITH ISREAL NATIONAL TELEVISION (Channel 1) on 28 October 2018 @ 7pm Isreali time. Those lucky enough to watch it live on television and online are truly blessed. The whole of Israel is now talking about Biafra, IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu.
IPOB is millions of miles ahead of Nigeria.