Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)

Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)

- Nnamdi Kanu met with south-east governors in Enugu

- The IPOB leader who has been agitating for an independent Biafra state insisted that he will not relent in his Biafra agitation

Nnamdi Kanu has allegedly insisted that there is no going back in his agitation for Biafra shortly after his meeting with the five south east governors.

The leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) met with the south-east governors on Wednesday, August 30 alongside his father over his call for no election in the region.

Legit.ng had reported that the the meeting took place inside the Enugu Government House, also has His Royal Highness, Eze Israel Okwu Kanu.

Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)
Nnamdi Kanu with south east governors after the meeting in Enugu. Credit: Facebook

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In a series of photos shared by one Somto Okonkwo on Facebook, the IPOB leader was seen leaving the meeting with the governors.

Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)
The IPOB leader has insisted that there will be no elections in the south east. Credit: Facebook

He said Kanu spoke after the meeting insisting that there was no going back on his Biafra agitation.

Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)
Nnamdi Kanu and his father after the meeting/ Credit: Facebook

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Meanwhile, Col. Abubakar Dangiwa Umar advised the president Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government not to revoke the bail granted to Kanu describing it as dangerous.

Nnamdi Kanu speaks after meeting with South east governors (photos)

There has been report that the federal government had called for the re-arrest of the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) but the former military administrator of Kaduna state has urged the president to handle the matter gently.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, August 30, the retired military administrator noted that the president’s involvement in the civil war was responsible for his interest in keeping the country united but said this can only be achieved when every citizen is treated fairly.

Watch a Legit.ng TV video below of Kanu speaking about his Biafra agitation.

Source: Legit.ng

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