My release will bring peace to Igboland, says IPOB leader, Kanu

By Ologeh Joseph Chibu

The leader of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, [IPOB)has said that his release from prison will bring peace to the entire Igboland.

The court had denied bail to the IPOB leader before the case was adjourned.

But he managed to speak to the media in encounter monitored by Irohinoodua.

He said “There’ll be peace in southeast if I am released.”

It was the first time he was linking the situation in the South East to his incarceration.

Kanu is demanding for self determination for the people of the old South Eastern States.

He was abducted in Kenya and brought to Nigeria to face charges of treason.

His continuous detention has continued to promote unrest in his fatherland.

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Kanu in the short speech in Abuja guaranteed that the insecurity in the east would stop after his release by the federal government.

Kanu said some politicians are complicit and are responsible for pockets of disturbance in the South East.

Kanu said: “Let me come out of this nonsense, this mess, two minutes only, only two minutes I guarantee you and there’ll be peace in the east.

Speaking further he said his release will bring an end to the unrest in South East.

“Not just south-east, everywhere in the east, if not the entire south,” he said.

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