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Nnamdi kanu recruited drug addicts thieves IPOB – Ndukwe Ikoh

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The agitation for Biafra led by the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has been faulted by Ndukwe Ikoh, a former Abia state House of Representatives aspirant. In a chat with The Sun, Ikoh slammed Kanu for deviating from the original concept of Biafra, as laid down by the late Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu. Ikoh stated that the original Biafra plan laid down by Ojukwu was inclusive of other groups from the south-south; but that Kanu had ostracized too many people with his divisive and fiery rhetoric. Ikoh stated that the original Biafra plan laid down by Ojukwu was inclusive of other groups from the south-south; but that Kanu had ostracized too many people with his divisive and fiery rhetoric. He also critisized Kanu for having no clear plan to garner international support for his cause, while claiming that the IPOB leader recruited thieves and drug addicts into his group.

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