Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has thanked the officials of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland for what he termed a “productive meeting” on Wednesday, September 18.
ORIENTAL TIMES had reported that Kanu yesterday visited the United Nations with members of his group.
In a video obtained and published by ORIENTAL TIMES, Mazi Kanu was seen addressing IPOB members outside the UN building in Geneva.
In a post on his handle on micro-blogging site, Twitter, after the said meeting, Kanu wrote:
“I thank our hosts, United Nations officials for a productive meeting today at the UN office in Geneva, Switzerland.”