The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, was mobbed by a crowd of supporters moments ago in Germany.
This was after the pro-Biafran leader held an IPOB Town Hall meeting at Munich, Germany with many IPOB members in attendance. He was surrounded by scores of supporters who sang and hailed him as they called him their saviour.
During the meeting, Nnamdi Kanu said; “our way of life and culture is being turned upside down. They keep punishing us so that we travel abroad. And Yoruba’s will tell you, it’s because of oil that we want south-south. But, there’s oil in Anambra state. There’s oil in Imo state. There’s oil in Abia state. The largest gas field in the whole of Africa is in ohaji, Imo State”.
Nnamdi Kanu, who is facing trial alongside other Biafran activists for alleged treason, had gone into hiding months after his bail only to reappear in Israel after one year. He then moved to the UK.