Nnamdi Kanu Tells Nigerians How To Know Atiku, Buhari’s Real Origin

On April 18, 2019 1 Comment

The acclaimed leader of Independent People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has advised Nigerians to insist on an investigation that would reveal the real origin of President Muhammadu Buhari and Atiku Abubakar.

He said this through his Twitter account on Thursday.

He said: “In Nigeria where the silent majority are known for their timidity and lack of courage, it’s refreshing to see an influential group like COSCON call for an investigation into the origin and nationality of Jubril/Buhari and Atiku. Every right-thinking person must insist on this outcome.”

Earlier, the coalition of Civil Society Organisations of Nigeria, COSCON, the umbrella body of all civil society groups in Nigeria called for an independent investigation into the allegation that Atiku is from Cameroon and Buhari from Guinea.

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The group through its Director of Programmes, Promise Edomobi, lamented that foreigners have been ruling Nigeria since independence, finding their way into political, security and civil service sectors of the country.

Edomobi called for a full investigation into the allegation saying that if it is found to be genuine, both persons should be deported immediately.

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  1. Biafran rabbi says:

    It is unfortunate in the British Nigeria how Fulanis, the foreigners/ non indigenous to the British Nigeria have illegally raped Nigeria to death in corruption,terrorism and disunity. But thanks to God Almighty for freedom such as self determination rights for the indigenous peoples in the united Nations charter. The Biafrans through the IPOB are grateful to God that freedom from islamists/ terrorists has become the only way out of the British hell called Nigeria. To God be the glory for the biafrans freedom.

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