The Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has revealed that the bond between the Yorubas and Igbos can never ever be broken, they will try but they will fail.
The Supreme leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu gave these accolades at an exclusive interview with Chief Dele Momodu, CEO Ovation International.
Nnamdi Kanu praises Fani-Kayode during an Interview with Dele Momodu.
He says Fani-Kayode will make Biafra a better place for everyone.
The Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi showered encomiums on a former Aviation Minister, and frontline chieftain of the main Opposition party in Nigeria, the peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode calling him a erudite scholar and one with capacity to make Biafra a better place for everyone.
Fani-Kayode, known to always have good words for the IPOB leader, was described by Nnamdi Kanu as one who practicalizes what he understands to the humanity.
Dele Momodu had sort to know what bond existed between Chief Femi Fani-Kayode and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Kanu said, “ Fani-Kayode is polished, and very erudite. He is a scholar who practicalises what he understands to humanity and that is why I respect him and call him a brother.”
“He epitomizes what what any intellectual should aspires to be. Being an intellectual is very good but you must have an human side to yourself.”
“Fani-Kayode is detrabalised and I am sure he would have a huge role to play in Oduduwa republic.”
According to Nnamdi Kanu, “ If Biafra is to come tomorrow, I will take him and I am sure he will contribute in making Biafra a better place for all.”
On efforts to form a coalition movement that will bring the Igbos and the Yorubas together, Nnamidi Kanu said, “ Yes we are on ground, you saw the world wide October 1st protests by the IPOB and Yoruba One Voice, we are on ground.”
Kanu stated that, “ I have categorically stated that the bond between the Yorubas and Igbos can never ever be broken, they will try but they will fail.”
On whether he is willing to play any given role to ensure the movement actualises its dream, Kanu said, “ I am willing and able to serve in any capacity required of me to make sure these great nations achieve their self determination dreams so as to pilot the affairs of the black people of Africa going forward, for without them Africa is doomed.”