The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has released a statement relating to the recent attack on president Buhari by a known Nigeria.
Kanu rejoiced that hausa has finally woken up to the imposer in Ask Rock and has finally librated themselves from tyrannic government.
Kanu believes that the young man (Name Withheld) wanted to arrest mr president but was immediately held down by the security operatives attached to the president.
Reacting to this, we should know that our lives and properties are not secured because if this can happen to a sitting president who is meant to protect the citizens, then we're all doing because the protector is not protected. We're not safe, no one is safe anymore.
The president of an independent country was attached despite thigh security around him, someone was still able to have assess to him. Now let's imagine if such person has any explosive device with him?
What do you think would have happened to the president? We're alone in this country, no one is safe, not me or you. A word is enough.
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