Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has revealed what he told the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari on Israeli National Television.
Kanu talked about his incarceration and issues with the federal government.
Nnamdi Kanu said the Nigerian government spurned the demands he made after he was released from prison over a year ago.
In his words
“I told them, that I want them to open Igweocha seaport, Port Harcourt,” Nnamdi Kanu, who leads the Indigenous People of Biafra, said in a message posted to Radio Biafra’s Facebook page on Sunday.
“I ask them to open Calabar seaport and Warri Seaport, I did this in writing and gave it to them, I told them to dredge River Niger, allow the direct international flight to Europe and USA from Enugu, Igweocha and Calabar airport.”
Kanu said he also demanded the release of former Nigerian security adviser Sambo Dasuki and the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and the investigation of “the mass murder of IPOB family members at Onitcha, Nkpor, Aba, Enugu, Igweocha, Umahia and Asaba.”
The IPOB leader also spoke on the group’s demand which is freedom and breakaway from the country Nigeria.