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Return to Nigeria if you are a man and I will personally arrest you- Uwazuruike tells Nnamdi Kanu

Earlier this week, the battle of words between the two leaders of the foremost Biafra agitation groups has gotten messier.

Recall that Ralph Uwazuruike is the leader of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) while Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Uwazuruike and Nnamdi Kanu

In a video made by Ralph Uwazuruike, he alleged that that Nnamdi Kanu sent 'unknown gunmen' to attack him last night which was on the 2nd of May, 2021.

Uwazuruike in the video

He claimed that Nnamdi cannot track him down nor get him no matter how he tries. He also claimed that Nnamdi Kanu thinks that his security men are like Nigerian security men that can be easily over powered. He said Nnamdi Kanu was one of the most tricky persons he had known and ever dealt with.

Uwazuruike in the video

Infact, he even dared him that if he is a man, he should come back to Nigerian and he will personally arrest him (Nnamdi Kanu).

He also claimed that the reason why Nnamdi Kanu is currently doing much is because he is not in Nigeria. And that if Nnamdi does so face to face with him he will arrest both him and all his ESN members.

Nnamdi Kanu

In that same video, he recalled how he helped Nnamdi Kanu during his traditional marriage and how he gave him N450,000 to that effect. He equally recalled that he was the one that opened a Radio Station for him in which he turned around to use that same radio station to attack him on air.

Uwazuruike claimed that Nnamdi Kanu had been attacking him of late and he is not ready to attack him because he his bigger than any security outfit created in Nigeria.

Watch the video here.

Do you think Southeast ready at all for this autonomy? If yes, how can a divided house stand? What advice do you have for the both leaders.

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