Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho are never alone, Nigeria Beware

Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho are never alone, Nigeria Beware

Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho will appear before the court tomorrow. They are never alone, Nigeria Beware. Tomorrow, 26th of June 2021, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Chief Sunday Igboho will appear before two separate courts in two separate nations. They both control millions of hearts. They represent a mighty cause. They are not alone. Nigeria beware! These two trials will shake the fate of two unborn nations (The Oduduwa Republic and the Indigenous People of Biafra).

What will be the fate of Chief Sunday Igboho at the Federal Court of the Republic of Benin? After a lot of propaganda about Chief Sunday Igboho arrest at Benin International Airport with fake travel documents. Another said he was chained like a dog and crying like a baby “Sahara Reporter”. Thank God that Sunday Igboho’s wife was released. She explained how they were restricted as personages at the Benin International Airport and how they were arrested.

Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho

The court of Benin sat for over 10 hours to discuss this great man Chief Sunday Igboho. We are here proud to have an activist who could stand by his own words. The activist was never travelling with a fake passport or Benin passport. The activist was not chained like a dog or crying like a baby.

The propaganda on the media today is outrageous. Just because some ill bloggers are looking for funds from influential people, Nigerian is full of fake headlines. Let’s pray about tomorrow. The Benin Republic is part of us. They are one of the heritage of Oduduwa. Let’s hope it’s true.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu pro-activist movement for Biafra is still in the shallow. The government is so much interested in his case. They want to roast him like barbecue. He is one of the enemies of Nigeria. Should we believe their stories? Tomorrow, 26th July 2021, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will appear before the Federal High Court of Nigeria. The fate of the Biafrans shall be tested again by the outlawed kingmakers. The fate of the Oduduwa Nation is in the hand of a stranger. You’ve got them as fools, but here are their golds.