- Facebook user, Tochukwu Ifeduba cried out that the men arrested along with Nnamdi Kanu have been forgotten by IPOB members and leader
- Ifeduba claimed that the men arrested were arraigned in court on Friday, June 30 but no IPOB member was there to show support
A facebook user, Tochukwu Ifeduba has claimed that members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has abandoned men arrested along with Nnamdi kanu.
Ifeduba claimed that the two men were arraigned at the Abuja court on Friday June 30 but no IPOB member was in court to show them any support.
Ifeduba said: "Our Brothers arrested with Nnamdi Kanu abandoned and forgotten.
"They were brought to court Yesterday not even a single IPOB Nnamdi member was in court to show solidarity as usual.
"Real Freedom Fighters do not abandon his men at the battle field the captain should be the last to leave the ship."
Recall that NAIJ.com reported that David Nwawusi and Benjamin Madubugwu were arrested and arraigned along with Nnamdi Kanu in 2015, but Kanu was granted bail on while the remaining two were remanded in jail.
While Kanu and the two men were in Kuje prison, the Abuja High Court was always flooded by members of IPOB singing and demanding the men should be released.
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However, Ifeduba claimed that not a single IPOB member was in sight the men were arraigned on Friday June 30.
Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu has continued with his visits to prominent Igbo indigenes despite a stern warning from the Ohanaeze Ndi-igbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation in Nigeria.
This time, Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), visited Chief Mbazulike Amechi, the first aviation minister in Nigeria.
Reports say the visit on Thursday, June 29 was in continuation of consultations by the IPOB leader.
Kanu reportedly met the former minister in Ukpor, Nnewi South local government area of Anambra state and received prayers from the elder statesman.
Watch NAIJ.com video of Nnamdi Kanu addressing followers in Isiama Afara, Abia state: