Nnamdi Kanu, the head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has said that an ongoing remark by ex-President, Goodluck Jonathan, that Nigeria’s solidarity is faulty, ought to impel the pioneers to lead a choice in the nation.
The previous President had during a presentation by the Port-Harcourt Male Ensemble International labeled ‘Harmony for All Nations’ at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the solidarity of Nigeria is flawed.
As indicated by Dr. Jonathan, Nigerian adolescents once in a while take part in a wide range of encounter, reviewing his discussion with one of his companions.
Furthermore, in response to this, Kanu tweeted, “Presently that ex-President @GEJonathan has said that ‘Nigeria’s solidarity is flawed’, is it not opportunity to quit ‘murdering for solidarity’ and resolve the ‘question’ through #referendum?
“Those that murdered blameless residents at Obigbo and Lekki for the solidarity of Nigeria that they may keep on plundering, loot and show their domineering inclinations to the drawback of tolerant masses are in for a SHOCK.”