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How Mazi Nnamdi Kanu pressured presidency into making the real Cause of Kano ‘Mysterious’ Deaths public


Thebiafrastar: The leaders of Indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has reacted to a publication that cause the death in Kano, all this related to Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the daily trust publication on the cause of mysterious death in Kano which close to a thousand people have been confirmed dead revealed the Covid-19 is responsible for it.

“The presidential Technical Team deployed to kano to support the state committee in up scaling its response to Covid-19, on Sunday, said covid-19 is responsible to the mass deaths recorded in kano state recently.

“The leaders of the team, Dr Nasiru Sani Gwarzo, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in kano during the officials presentation and handing over of the mobile testing laboratory donated by Aliko Dangote Foundation to the state government.

“He explained that the recent spike in deaths in the state was as a result of coronavirus.

Dr Gwarzo said after the verbal autopsy and test carried out, it had been established that covid-19 is the cause of most of the deaths.

Reacting to the publication, Kanu made his stand in a recent post on his official Facebook page

: I am glad to announce that while we were on air this evening and following our expose of government cover-up occasioned by shambolic Yoruba Journalism, remnants of the diseased and crumbling regime in Aso Rock, buckled under the weight of our relentless onslaught and directed a northern publication, Daily Trust, to admit the truth that Yoruba papers couldn’t publish; the true to what have been saying, Covid-19 is responsible for the huge numbers of deaths occurring in kano state.

:We suffocate our enemies with the sheer force of truth. without IPOB, they would have gone on lying and deceiving 200 million people that an unknown mystery death was responsible”


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