Soludo makes fresh vow on detained Nnamdi Kanu


Governor of Anambra State, Prof Charles Soludo, on Monday promised that he will continue to call for the release of the leader of the secessionist Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

POLITICS NIGERIA reports that Soludo expressed solidarity with Kanu while urging people to ignore the sit-at-home exercise intially declared by the banned IPOB, and go about their businesses.

According to the governor who made his thoughts known via his official Facebook page, “sitting at home without work will only plunge us into abject poverty”.

Nnamdi Kanu

Soludo said: “Igbos are known for hardwork and diligence in any situation we may find ourselves.

“Sitting at home without work will only plunge us into abject poverty. Let us use this period to thank God for life and health, seek divine wisdom which surpasses all understanding and connect to the supernatural after which we go about our daily businesses.

“Endeavour to join a prayer group in your market place or offices by 11:00AM every Monday.

“We shall not relent in standing and speaking up for the release of our brother MNK. In due time, the gate of captivity shall not prevail.

“This is the time for all hands to be on deck.”

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  1. The governor just got his first lesson in politics. BAPTISM OF REJECTION OF UNPOPULAR IDEA.

    After threat and coercion to return to work on Mondays and ignore the illegal call by a proscribed evil group to abstain from work on such days. TIME FOR Soludo TO COME TO REALITY THAT THIS IS POLITICS AND CRIME, DIFFERENT FROM MONETARY MATTERS.

    The biafraud people may have gotten the very WRONG PERSON for the JOB. Regretably.

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