The controversial leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, is offering N1 million to anyone that could supply him and his members information on the overseas trips of the South East Governors and some Igbo leaders, like Ohanaeze leader, Chief Nnia Nwodo and even the Army chief, Lt. General Tukur Buratai.
He announced this on Radio Biafra, on Sunday, August 18, 2019, after the condemnable Saturday attack on former Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, in Germany, by suspected IPOB members.
Thumping his chest, he had said: “So, if you are working in any Government House in the South East and you know which city in the world the governor is going to be, inform us so that we will mobilize for him and you will be rewarded with N1 million.”
Shedding light on his grievance against the South East Governors, he said: “They and not the Federal Government of Nigeria proscribed IPOB.”
Continuing, he fired, “They said they proscribed IPOB to douse rising tension in the region.
“What caused the tension?
“Because the Military raided my house in Umuahia.”
Adding, “They also brought the Army to raid my House in Umuahia.
How many times has he (now referring to Ekweremadu) spoken against the killings and kidnappings happening in his own state?
“He went to celebrate New Yam Festival in Germany when his people are being killed and our women being raped.
“Where did they get the new yam because there is none in Igboland since all the farmlands have been destroyed by herdsmen.”
Still blasting Ekweremadu, he said, “We have nominated five persons each in every country of the world who are ready to be arrested and be jailed for this purpose.
“Many of us have been killed so what is there in going to jail?”
Lavishing praise on Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe and former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani- Kayode, who were there for him during his treason trial, he said, “We campaigned for Abaribe’s re-election because he always spoke the truth every time about what is happening in the country and today he is the highest political office holder in Igboland.
“Fani-Kayode is not an Igbo man, but he always stands for the truth and so we have enormous respect for him.”