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2 Things To Note After Presidency Said That Nnamdi Kanu's Trial Will Lead To IPOB's End

Nnamdi Kanu is still in DSS custody after his trial was adjourned to November 10th.

The Presidency has disclosed that the trial of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) would lead to the end of the pro-Biafra group.

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, disclosed that IPOB does not enjoy much support in the Southeast.

Shehu pointed out that Kanu and IPOB do not enjoy the support of Southeast governors and lawmakers.

However, here are 2 things to note after Presidency said that Nnamdi Kanu's trial will lead to IPOB's End:

1. If Nnamdi Kanu Is Found Guilty On November 10th, He Will Face Serious Punishment Which Will Serve As A Lesson To Others

It is important to note that Nnamdi Kanu's trial is on November 10th and from what Garba Shehu has said, it is believed that Nnamdi Kanu will face punishment if he is found guilty of the charges leveled against him by Buhari Government. The punishment that will be given to Kanu will surely serve as a lesson to IPOB agitators in the South-East.

2. The Federal Government Will Not Tolerate Activities Of IPOB Again

It is also important to note that the federal government will not tolerate activities of IPOB because they are a proscribed group. Their activities are unlawful and against the constitution of Nigeria.

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