Mr. Kanu has been in Israel since 2017 after the Nigerian army raided his home where they killed 28 people, including Jack, a dog owned by the family.
In a statement contained in his tweet on January 1, 2019, the IPOB leader said that on the visit, he met with the staff of an influential member of the Knesset who, he said, promised to help.
“Happy New Year to all Biafrans and friends of Biafra.” “We’ve started 2019 on a high as we ended 2018. Our diplomatic offensive took us to the Israeli Parliament yesterday Dec. 31 where I met with the staff of an influential Knesset member who promised to help. We must continue!,” Nnamdi Kanu’s tweet reads. TWEET and PHOTOS
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