Nnamdi Kanu Makes Requests From Followers, Says He Won’t Forgive Those Who Disobey

Nnamdi Kanu Makes Requests From Followers, Says He Won’t Forgive Those Who Disobey

The embattled leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has made some requests ahead of his court date with the federal government.

The Biafra agitator who is billed to resume in court on Thursday for the charges brought against him by the federal government requested his followers to join him in prayer and fasting.

Also, he warned that none of his lawyers should be harassed either physically or virtually on the social media spaces.

The separatist leader vowed that he won’t forgive anyone that claims to be his supporter or follower and goes against his directives.

Kanu made his mind known after a meeting with his team of lawyers at the Department of State Services (DSS) headquarters in Abuja where he is in custody.

According to a statement by his lead counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, Kanu “requested that the fasting, supplications, and prayers should continue, as he noted that they are strongly impacting positively.

“In the interim, it is necessary to pass the following urgent and important messages, which are: Onyendu made it categorically clear that none of his lawyers should be harassed, threatened or accused by anybody claiming to be his supporter or follower, regardless of the person’s tie with him. He was very particular about those who find it convenient to insult his Attorneys via their live social media platforms.

“Our Client Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu emphasized that he trusts his lawyers and continues to have high confidence in them.

“That anybody engaged in such harassment, threats and unfounded accusations directed against his lawyers, is definitely working against him, and that he shall never forgive such person(s) and shall eternally see such person(s) as his enemy.

“That any such threats, harassment and false accusations against any of his lawyers should seize forthwith.”

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