I don’t want to pull Igbos out of Nigeria – Nnamdi Kanu allegedly reveals why he started Biafra ambition

– Nnamdi Kanu in an unconfirmed statement says he has dropped his Biafra agitation.

– Fani Kayode, Nigeria’s former aviation minister has however reacted, insisting that the statement is from the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC

– According to Fani Kayode, Nnmadi Kanu is steadfast in his struggles for Biafra and Nigerians should disregard the said report.

A statement purported to have emanated from the freed leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra,, Nnamdi Kanu has been making rounds on social media. The statement making the rounds read in full: “I have no secession agenda. I don’t want to pull the Igbos out of Nigeria. Yes, I called Nigeria a zoo. A country of my parents, grandparents, great grandparents, great, great grandparents, can’t possibly be a zoo. “I am happy that what we set out to do has gained outstanding traction. Today, I have gained popularity far more than I desired. No other propaganda could have sold into the hearts of my Igbo brothers and sisters and drew sympathy than what I did on Radio Biafra.

“I have no secession agenda. I don’t want to pull the Igbos out of Nigeria. Yes, I called Nigeria a zoo. A country of my parents, grandparents, great grandparents, great, great grandparents, can’t possibly be a zoo. I am happy that what we set out to do has gained outstanding traction. “Today, I have gained popularity far more than I desired. No other propaganda could have sold into the hearts of my Igbo brothers and sisters and drew sympathy than what I did on Radio Biafra.

“Radio Biafra became the thorn in the flesh of The Establishment. Day by day, we intensified our campaign against the Buhari government. “That was the target and still remains the target. The Radio Biafra became an alternative voice for the PDP. The PDP as a party has never let me down. “It is a partnership I have never regretted. As partners, the ultimate benefit of this mutuality is the democratic enthronement of a new government with the present occupants completely shut out. The 2015 loss should teach all of us some lesson.

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“Today, my biggest fans, Gov. Fayose and Femi Fani-Kayode are of the Yoruba stock. Let me use this opportunity to apologize to the Yorubas, a race I have so denigrated in my previous speeches. “I am sorry. With Fayose and FFK solidly behind me, we shall have a new Nigeria where the interest of all citizens will be protected. “In the days ahead, I shall roll out a new style of communication that will not only unify Nigeria but make it a country of choice,” he said.

However, PLUSMILA.com could not independently verify the statement as it is believed in some quarters that Nnamdi Kanu would not make such statement given his cult followership and tenacity about actualisation of Biafra.

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