JUST IN: Nnamdi Kanu attacks President Buhari over speech on ending Lockdown


Leader of Pro-secession group, the indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has reacted to President Buhari’s live speech on ending the lockdown in place to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Kanu, in a series of tweets on Tuesday accused the presidency of airing ‘pre-recorded’ broadcasts. He also accused the president of being an ‘impostor’. It will be recalled that the president, in a live broadcast on Monday night, revealed that the lockdown in place would end on Monday, May 4th. He tweeted;

“Prerecorded and edited broadcasts will not save @NGRPresident!

“Stop deceiving the masses and endangering lives, go back to Sudan.” he wrote.

Kanu was also mired in controversy recently after. self-acclaimed journalist, Kemi Olunloyo tweeted that the pro-secession leader had died of COVID-19 in an Italian hospital.

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  1. always tell the whole story. the same person came back to say she was mistaken. didn’t you know or are you trying to sweeten your post

  2. Buhari is dead already clone by Jubril Al-Sudani thanks to Mazi NNAMDI Kanu❤ for whom Yaweh Elohem chukwuokikeabiama have choose to liberate biafra Nation, Jubril will not go unpunished

  3. It doesn’t matter who says it, what we need right now is solution, implementable measures that will help mitigate this dreaded pantemia. This isn’t the right time to cast needless aspersions. The easing of lockdown measures by the president is the right step, as it is targeted at softening the attendant hunger of this deadly epidemic, and to mitigate other economic depression caused by the resultant lockdown.

  4. You this RAT, you are very arrogant and that is what is killing you. Your utterances will continue to be a blocking stone for Igbo presidential ambition in this country, honestly speaking. You are not helping Igbo people at all, you are only creating problems for them day by day. Continue with your propaganda, you are failed already.

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