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Obasanjo is scared to say it that Buhari in Aso Rock is Jubril, says Nnamdi Kanu(Video)


The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has said that former President Olusegun Obasanjo is aware that Buhari in Aso Rock is an imposter but is afraid to say so.

He made this known during an interview with IrokopostTV’s Rudolf Okonkwo. He also accused People’s Democratic Party’s candidate in the 2019 Presidential election, Abubakar Atiku of also knowing that Buhari was dead but would not say it because he was part of the original plan.

The Biafran leader alleged that three people who were responsible for the recruitment of Jubril from Khartoum, Sudan, were all dead. “They were all murdered,” he said.

“The issue of Jubril and dead Buhari encapsulates everything that is wrong with the reasoning of a black person,” Kanu said. “That is why Africa is poor… Only a fool will stand up and say that that thing in Aso Rock being remotely controlled by Abba Kyari is Buhari.”

In this third section of our four-part interview, Mazi Kanu blamed Yoruba Muslims for supporting what he called Buhari’s murderous regime. “Those who control your brain, the Yoruba media and the Yoruba pastors, are your lords and your masters,” he railed.

On the impact of his experiences in jail and attack on his father’s house, he said that they made him more hard-core, more determined and more militant. “No force on this earth can stop Biafra,” he vowed. He explained why he rejected Nigerian government’s offer to allow him to take five Eastern States out of Nigeria to start his Biafra. Asked who made the offer to him, he declined to name the official.

In the final part of the one-and-half hour interview, the Biafran leader discussed the mistakes Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu made during the first Biafran war and how he planned to avoid it. Another issue that he addressed was the conflict between him and Asari Dokubo.


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