I Was Live at My Parent’s Burial, – Says Nnamdi Kanu


The leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Okwu Kanu may have been live at Umuahia, Nigeria during his parent burial on Thursday, February 14, 2020.
In a statement credited to the IPOB leader on a social media, Kanu made it clear on his short essay that it is an abomination in Igbo land for the first son of royal family not to be around during the burial of their deceased parent pointing out that the gods will not be happy with such fellow, no matter the circumstances.
In other words, that is the reason he was able to attend the burial, but only a few people were aware of it.
”Chukwu Okike Abiama made it possible for me to be live during my parents burial, even with all the trail of the enemies to make sure i will not be there.” said Kanu.
“I am the prince of Afaruku Ibeku the first son of my father; I would rather go on war with the Nigerian government than not to attend my parent’s burial, which indeed I was there live. I hope this will make Nigerians understand that they don’t have security.” He said this after he successfully attended his parent burial.
He continued by saying “this is not the first time I have been in Nigeria ever since I left this country, Nigeria due to the struggle for the restoration of Biafra, once I have attended child dedication in Lagos, and on my arrival, Nigeria security that was given the order to hunt me, were still the same people helping me and my colleague to clear our luggage’s at the airport, I repeat Nigeria as a nation doesn’t have security.”
Considering the above statements, it seems that Nnamdi Okwu Kanu was live at his parent’s burial although indications suggest that no one sited him during the burial.