- A group of creative designers have reportedly built a seat for IPOB leader, Nnamd Kanu
- The seat has the Biafra flag colour and is being referred to by the builders as 'Biafran throne'
- It is however yet to be presented to Kanu
The agitation for secession by the Indigenous People of Biafra has taken yet another turn when some members of the group built a 'throne' for their leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
NAIJ.com gathered that the Biafran themed chair is reportedly to be presented to Kanu later by the designers.
Recall that this will not be the first time IPOB members will create something in honour of their leader.
In June, 2017, a sculptor and IPOB member, Okwuchukwu Njoku, carved an image of the Biafra activist, Kanu, with a broken chain to symbolize his released from kuje prison where he was locked up for close to two years.
Watch video of the 'Biafran throne' below:
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Meanwhile, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has given reasons why it called for the boycott of elections in the South-East and South-South, starting with Anambra state.
The group in its statement signed by Emma Powerful, the media and publicity secretary of the IPOB said Nnamdi Kanu is very strategic in his approach to restore Biafra.
The IPOB said regardless of its impact, the boycott of the Anambra election by its members will not only benefit those from the South-East and South-South region but all ethnic nationalities.
Watch NAIJ.com video of Nnamdi Kanu addressing followers in Isiama Afara, Abia state: