Nnamdi Kanu Digs Out Old Nigerian News, Read What He Said About Restructuring Of Nigeria
By Yobonews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 9370 views
Following the ongoing trends on all social media platforms, the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been digging out old news and facts to substantiate his agitation of Biafra.
Recall that some people are opposing the idea of Nigeria disintegration and sees restructuring as the best option, while others want the country to split up and every region should be on their own as a nation.
Few minutes ago, Nnamdi Kanu digs out old news about restructuring of Nigeria and how people rejected it, he dropped it via his Twitter handle. It reads,
Many people reacted massively in different manners to the tweet, some pray for Biafra to come while others goes against it. See screenshots of people's reactions on the tweet,
@Achio, that's the truth they want to keep secret but we are Biafrans forever.
@Udu Sunday, can we restructure the death of 3.5 million Biafrans, the answer is no. It's too late to restructure, all we want now is referendum.
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