Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB, has accused the Nigerian government of funding Simon Ekpa, a pro-Biafra activist who currently resides in Finland.
Kanu said that Ekpa was being funded by the Nigerian government to instigate unrest throughout the Southeast.
The IPOB leader claimed that the government was using the sit-at-home order to “destroy our once peaceful land.”
Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu’s primary attorney, revealed the comment after Kanu’s routine legal visit to the Department of State Services, or DSS.
In the statement, it is said that Onyendu took advantage of the opportunity presented by the visit to remind our people and all Ezigbo Umuchineke that anyone who adheres to an illegal sit-at-home order is supporting the Nigerian government’s efforts to destabilize our once-peaceful country.
“Onyendu was sure that Simon Ekpa had been hired and fully sponsored by the Nigerian government to cause unrest in our area.
Other extensive orders Onyendu issued today regarding how to stop Ekpa and his criminal associates in their tracks shall be kept a secret.
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