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Saturday 16 January 2021

Nnamdi Kanu: Why His Followers Believe He Is Divine

Nnamdi Kanu: Why His Followers Believe He Is Divine

January 16, 2021

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

Some Christians look sullen when followers of Nnamdi Kanu refer to him as son God or a messiah. To them, Jesus is the only son of God and Messiah.  Point out to them the biblical verse where Jesus promised to come back again and they would say that Jesus can't come from Africa, a black race. Yet Bethlehem was the least expected city the messiah was to be born.

Nnamdi Kanu is not Jesus and Jesus is not Nnamdi Kanu. The two are however messiahs and Sons of God. Given the number of lives he has touched worldwide, one cannot deny he is divine, the Messiah of black race come to that.

Born at a time millions of Biafran children were being starved to death by the Nigerian government, Kanu’s divine disposition is evident in his messages, fulfillment of his prophecies, and supernatural occurrences that accompanies him wherever he goes.

That the sun follows him around whenever he makes public appearance – a sign of heaven bearing witness to his calling – is attested to by even his enemies. The Nigerian media working so hard to taint his image once accused him of using black magic to control the sun. In their own words Kanu commands the sun wherever he goes. Whether or not Kanu uses black magic, fact is, no known black magician has ever achieved such feat. Kanu’s rapport with the sun thus becomes legendary.

When Jesu came into this world, a mysterious star appeared. The astronomers – Gaspar, Balthazar and Melchior also known as the three wise men from the East – followed the star and came to bear witness to the birth of the Messiah. Nnamdi Kanu from the same East and the same lineage of Jesus came and rainbow appeared, circling the sun in broad daylight in his compound at Ibeku.

Kemi Omololu Olunloyo came subtly like a good sympathizer of the plight of the people of Biafra and later showed her chameleonic colour by calling Kanu "Biafraud" and at the same time launching a media war on Biafra's restoration headed by Nnamdi Kanu. She later found herself in a Port Harcourt prison, regretting her costly mistakes.

I have not forgotten the DSS Director Abdullahi Chiranchi who roughly pulled Nnamdi Kanu's shirt in anger. The young man died shortly after.

When Kanu came out of prison, he claimed to have cursed Buhari to die. Many thought he was making a frivolous claim. People thought Buhari’s death was due to health issues. But with what has happened so far, people now know that he truly cursed him to die.

Nnamdi Kanu announced on air that whoever rises up to the position of the head of all the cabals in the North will die. He said that his father in heaven, Chukwu Okike Abiama, will kill the person. At the time of the statement, many considered it bogus and incredible. Today however, events have proved him true.

When Buhari died, Abba Kyari took over as the head of all the Northern cabals. Shortly, Abba Kyari died. The cause of his death is still undisclosed till date. After his burial, Malam Ismaila Isa Funtua took over. His reign was cut short as death came calling. Next to take over  was Sam Nda-Isaiah. Nda died after a brief illness. All these happened in the year 2020.

Nnamdi Kanu on one of his broadcasts on Radio Biafra said that the reason the cabals have not announced the death of Mamman Daura is because they fear that if they announce it, he( Kanu) will look for the next person to curse. He continued to warn that anybody who rises to be the head of the cabals will die.

Even the so-called man of God, Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka, tried, and today, heaven knows his condition. He has lost the trust of the people. Before now, the audio records of Mbaka's Adoration Ministry messages were sold on the streets and commercial busses play it. Today such has stopped.

It should be noted that in the world history, only four people have survived state-sponsored assassination. They are Moses, Jesus, Muhammed and Nnamdi Kanu. Among the first three, only Muhammed applied the left hand of God which symbolizes death, judgement, Heaven and Hell. He did it with his Army of volunteers. Muhammed finished the race by himself but the other two couldn't. The question now is: will Nnamdi Kanu toe the part of Muhammed with the ESN? Let the historians stay awake as the greatest history in Africa is about to be made.

Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Published by Charles Opanwa

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