According to Sahara Reporters, the Presidency has said that the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, will lead to the end of the group.
In the article which was published on Saturday, 23rd of October, The Economist criticised the Nigerian government's approach to insecurity which claimed that the government does nothing when violence erupts.
According to source, the article had also criticised security agencies.
Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters
Reacting in a statement on Sunday, 24th October, Garba Shehu made it known that the arrest and present trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu will lead to the end of the IPOB group.
However, the question here is; will the trial of Nnamdi Kanu truly lead to the end of IPOB?
Well, in my opinion, I would say 'YES'
I believe, irrespective of the result of the trial, Nnamdi Kanu after everything will also see a reason to embrace unity instead of having the mindset of separation. As thus, it will surely lead to the end of IPOB.
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