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BREAKING: Rumour of Nnamdi Kanu’s death trends on Social Media

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Nigerian Social Media is currently buzzing after a rumour alleging that the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has died.

Kanu, the pro-secessionist leader who is known for being a strong critic of the Muhammadu Buhari administration, trended on Social media platform, Twitter on Tuesday night after self-acclaimed journalist and broadcaster, Kemi Olunloyo tweeted of his ‘death’.

“#BREAKING Tomorrow I will tell you if IPOB Terror leader Nnamdi Kanu is DEAD in Italy and cremated or being impersonated by a Double Nnamdi of Sudan. I’m the only credible Journalist for this #Kemitalks”.

https://twitter.com/KemiOlunloyo/status/1252699581667856385

This generated a storm of reactions on the platform with some users calling for Kanu to hold a live broadcast tomorrow to debunk the report.

@romanticboy77 wrote: “Nnamdi Kanu is obviously dead and cremated in Italy. Anyone who comes out is a clone from Somalia. If he must convince us, he should do a live video broadcast, hold a pen and a laptop over his head. And don’t forget when our honourable Aunty Kemi announces your death that’s the end.”

The IPOB leader is yet to react to the development. This is coming shortly after Kanu had alleged on Twitter, on Monday, that President Muhammadu Buhari was being impersonated. He claims that the ‘real president’ did not have a ‘hole’ in the neck.

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  1. This is good enough for Kanu who has been impersonating as an investigative journalist with the illusive informationn that President Buhari is dead and being impersonated by one ‘Jubril’. Whatsoever a man sows he shall also reap. You can never win any battle with lies and false propagandas. If you try to cause confusion in your country and your effort is yielding no result, stop it except you are deliberately out for a sinister deal. The great Col. Ojukwu came out and fought for BIAFRA until he was defeated, Kani, being in safe custody of self-exile should stop endangering the lives of Igbo youths in Nigeria and come out for a fight for the sessesdipn of Biafra. Who can say? He may win, if it is the will of God.

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