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Sunday 17 January 2021

Kanu Explained Reason Why Northerners Suffers Most in the Insurgency

By Princewill Akubumma| Biafra Writers

Sunday, January 17, 2021.

Addressing journalists on a social media interview granted to a renowned journalist, Dele Momodu, on Thursday the 14th of January, 2021, the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, pointed out why northern Nigeria was at the center of the hit of the atrocities of the terrorists and bandits ravaging the country. Kanu opined that it is as a consequence of their own actions.

He maintained that it is a natural consequence one expects to receive for harbouring and pampering terrorists. The North is known for playing politics with people’s life. Over the years they have used terrorists to process their political pursuits, and even in the current dispensation, are known to negotiate with them rather than engage them in battle.

Furthering his speech, Kanu asserted that Northern leaders connived with the former president of the United States, Barrack Hussein Obama, to oust President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. This, Kanu explained, was brought to fruition through the use of terrorism and intimidation.

Likening the terrorists to a little python that grows up to devour everyone in its path, Kanu explained that the same people used to intimidate others are now ironically killing those that nurtured them.

Noting that the area affected mostly by banditry and terrorism is Karnem Bornu – a core Hausa, Kanuri and Nupe territory – Kanu stressed that in most cases the people being slaughtered there are predominantly Christian faithfuls.

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Published By Offor Princewill A.

Edited By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie

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