- Femi Fani-Kayode claimed the army went to Nnamdi Kanu's house to pack his personal items
- The former minister tweeted the allegation on Sunday, October 8
- He claimed the action was ongoing as at the time he tweeted about it
A former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, on Sunday, October 8, tweeted that the Nigerian army has once again invaded the home of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.
The former minister said the army is at the IPOB leader's house to pack his clothes, furniture and other personal items.
He tweeted: "The army is in Nnamdi Kanu's house right now packing all his furniture, electronic equipment, carpets, personal items, clothes etc.. Why?"
Recall that Kanu, his father and mother have been reported missing ever since the Department of State Service (DSS) invaded his residence on September 16.
It is unknown where the IPOB leader is as both the army and his personal lawyer have denied any knowledge of his whereabouts.
Also, Facebook user, King Eze, shared a video on his page, which he claimed is a footage of the army in Kanu's house on Sunday, October 8 afternoon.
See the video he shared below:
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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe who was one of the persons that signed Kanu’s bail said that doing so has put him into trouble.
Abaribe who is the leader of southeast caucus in the National Assembly said the exportation of Made-In-Aba products have drastically reduced due to the agitation for an independent Biafra state.
The senator spoke at the Made-In-Aba Products Fashion Show held as part of the 2017 Convention of Abia State National Association of North America (ASNA) at Hilton Hotel JFK, New York on Saturday, October 8.
Inside Nnamdi Kanu's rooms after operation Python Dance II - on NAIJ.com TV: