Nnamdi Kanu: Markets Closed, No Movement As The Case Between Biafra And Nigeria Continues

Mijovia News Update, 26th July, 2021.

Nnamdi Kanu: Markets Closed, No Movement As The Case Between Biafra And Nigeria Continues Markets in the entire East, as of this morning Monday, 26th July, 2021 remain close in solidarity with Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who will be appearing in court today, 26th July, 2021 in Abuja.

The Biafra Nation Agitator, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is also the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, who was rendered to Nigeria, by the Nigeria government in collaboration with the government of Kenya.

In 2017, Nigeria Army invaded the country home of the Biafra leader, all in the bid to assassinate him. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu survived the assassination attempt, but unfortunately, Nigeria soldiers killed 28 IPOB members inside his house at Afaraukwu, including Nnamdi Kanu’s cousin sister. Nnamdi Kanu is the symbol of marginalization being suffered by Easterners in the hands of Nigeria since after the civil war in 1967-70. Ogoni, one of the oil rich zone in the East remain polluted without any hope of a clean up. Bayelsa has no electricity and no federal government presence. There is no working international airports and sea ports in the East. The railway construction is going on across the North and West but not in the East.

The injustice of the Nigeria Nation against Biafrans was too massive. President Mohammadu Buhari made it an international affair, when he told Dr. Baker that he will not treat Nigerians equally. President Buhari looked at Dr. Baker and said, “I hope you have a copy of the election results. The constituents, for example, gave me 97% [of the vote] cannot in all honesty be treated on some issues with constituencies that gave me 5%.”

There has been an on going Fulani herdsmen terrorists attacks on Easterners and Westerners. These are the things the likes of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho is fighting against.

Today, all Biafrans - Ijaw, Ogoni, Igbo, Efik, Ibibio etc are on trial. It is a case between Biafra and Nigeria.

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