Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has fired back at Junaid Mohammed, a Second Republic lawmaker who had threatened to make IPOB members pay with their blood if they ever attacked President Buhari.
Kanu fired back at Junaid Mohammed on Wednesday August 28, describing him as someone who was talking like a ‘captured bandit in police custody’.
Kanu via his tweet also insisted that IPOB does not bow to threats like other socio-cultural groups which include Ohaneze Ndigbo and PANDEF.
In his words “Rather than running his mouth like a captured bandit in police custody, Junaid Mohammed should allow Jubril to make a public appearance in Japan, only then will he understand how insanely fanatical we are about Biafra.
“IPOB is not Ohaneze or PANDEF that bow to threats.”
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