– The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu on Wednesday, May 24, paid a visit to Ann-Kio Briggs
– The IPOB leader and Briggs met in Port Harcourt
– The duo met to foster a unity between the South-South and the South-East region in Nigeria
The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu on Wednesday, May 24, visited South-South activist and the former spokesperson for the Ijaw Republican Assembly Ann-Kio Briggs.
The visit PLUSMILA.com gathered is to foster a unity between the South-South and the South-East region in Nigeria.
The meeting took place in Port Harcourt, Rivers state. However, the IPOB leader was also in Aba, Abia state’s commercial city before heading to Port Harcourt.
A source within the IPOB leader told PLUSMILA.com that the meeting between Kanu and Briggs is in furtherance of arrangement for the forthcoming sit-at-home protest scheduled by the Biafra group, IPOB, on May 30.
The source said: “You know the sit-at-home protest has been planned and director has to make sure that everything is in order before May 30.”
This visit comes after the IPOB leader had also received many other visitors including the former governor of Imo state Ikedi Ohakim who paid courtesy visits to Kanu in his hometown in Isiama Afara, Umuahia, Abia state.