Nnamdi Kanu, detained leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has asked his supporters to believe in and comply with directives from the Directorate of State (DOS), a part of the separatist movement’s administrative structure, because “I’m DOS and DOS is me”.
POLITICS NIGERIA reports that the DOS, headed by diaspora-based Chika Edoziem has been contending with authority issues since Kanu’s arrest in Kenya in June.
Since Kanu was rearrested, IPOB appears to be sliding into anarchy. The present situation in the group can be likened to that of sheep without a shepherd.
Beginning from the DOS, down to the zonal coordinators, there is commotion as Kanu is no longer around to control his followers and associates.
Reacting to this development on Monday night, Prince Kanu Meme, one of Nnamdi Kanu’s younger brothers, said the IPOB leader is vouching for the DOS.
“Today being the 22/11/21,I visited the AlphaMale Mazi Nnamdi kanu leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra at the department of state security services Abuja. After being properly informed ,he left me with these 2 messages to Biafrans. Do not yield to Satan’s enticements, rather, stand firm for truth. He said, ‘I’m DOS and DOS is me’. Finally he assured Biafrans and lovers of freedom that Elohim is in full control,” Kanu Meme wrote on his known Facebook page.