Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra, has vowed to never give up the battle for Biafra independence.
Kanu claimed that he had sacrificed his parents for the Biafran uprising and that he was willing to do more for the cause.
Kanu made the announcement on Saturday evening via an inscription on a picture he tweeted on his official Twitter account, which also included the date and time for his daily live radio show on Biafra radio.
“I sacrificed my mother and father to obtain Biafra,” the inscription reads. I’m willing to give up everything.”
Meanwhile, Kanu said he expected it in a separate tweet in response to an online news platform’s publication of “seven military officers detained for helping bandits.”
“I’ve been telling you for a long time that BokoHaram, Fulani Herdsmen, and ISWAP have penetrated Nigeria’s Armed Forces.
“And, as TY Danjuma previously said, if you do not protect yourself, you will all perish one by one,” he said.