Nnamdi Kanu gives short interview

Nnamdi Kanu gives short interview

- IPOB leader send the message to all world by his Biafra-themed attire

- Kanu called on supporters to continue struggle for the independence of Biafra

- Kanu has been released on Friday after meeting his bail condition

Nnamdi Kanu gives short interview

During his last hearing at the Federal High Court, Abuja, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, before his release on Friday, Kanu had a short interview to Ibeh Gift Amarachi and Okonkwo Somto Isaac of Family writers saying he was ready to die for Biafra

Kanu, who is also the director of Radio Biafra, was arrested by the State Security Service in Lagos in mid-October 2015 on conspiracy and terrorism charges that were later changed to treason.

READ ALSO: Nnamdi Kanu wears Biafra attire to court

President Muhammadu Buhari’s words in his first media chat that Kanu would not be released in spite of the High Court rulings due to the "atrocities" he allegedly committed caused outrage among his supporters and the wider Nigerian community.

The pro-Biafran leader was denied bail later in January.

Naij.com's photo-reporter, Yinka Adeparusi, presented exclusive photos of Kanu wearing Biafra-themed attire at his last court hearing.

In the interview Kanu explained why he chose this outfit.

“It is a message, not just to Biafrans but the world at large. We are whiter than white and whiter than snow. I am a Biafran and nothing can stop that. As you can see it goes with a white traditional wear, which proves that I am proud of the Biafran culture and my nation Biafra,” Kanu said.

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He further stated that he had never felt deterred over the Biafra struggle following his continued detention.

"Never! Such has never crossed my mind. The Biafra struggle must continue and my detention cannot stop it. It is either Biafra or Death.

“We should continue our peaceful protest. We must not give up and must continue working hard because it is making a lot of impact. We should remember our fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters who have given their lives towards the restoration of Biafra. Their sacrifices should not be in vain, as they are our heroes and heroines. May Chukwuabiama bless them all and bless their households,” the pro-Biafran leader called on his supporters to continue the struggle.

Source: Naij.com

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