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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu is currently being held hostage at his Umuahia residence by personnel of the Nigerian Army.

Nigerian Eye gathered that the soldiers invaded Kanu’s residence as early as 6am Tuesday and started shooting sporadically.

IPOB’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, confirmed the incident.

Also, IPOB members on social media are claiming that their leader, Nnamdi Kanu's home in Umuahia, Abia state is currently under a siege. See their tweets and a video below








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  1. Thank God, please someone shoot him if i were army i will shoot even if i lose my job

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  2. You are a mad man for saying they should shoot kana. You think every one love this zoo called Nigeria. Let the government conduct a referendum. USSR was once one country but but now are many countries. Let people have their say.

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    1. It is ignorance at the highest level and joblessness that makes some South-Easterners and South-Southerners thinks that the solution to which ever problem they think they have will be resolve if they have their own country. That is only a myth and a fallacy. I am from the South-South and I know that this so call freedom fighters taken advantage of the joblessness in the land are only doing it for their own selfish interest. I also schooled in the east and I know that an average Igbo man hate his fellow igbo men more than an hausa man hate for an igbo man. The ignorant or rather out of hunger who decide to follow Kanu are doing it to their own peril. They only end up wasting their lives for no just cause. They are pursuing shadows rather than the real issue which is good leadership at all levels. No gainfully employ igbo man will have time for this madness. I hope that the Kanu of a man will not have destroyed a lot of their lives before they come to their senses.

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  3. By asking to leave Nigeria is lawful but just how to process it the right way is the question. Better Kanu than Arewa youths that declared war and walk free to this Day. Sectionalism is in full force here. God will judge them all.

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  4. These people here are perhaps ignorant of how the El zazzaky's Shi'ah members were handled by the military please oo be careful!

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  5. The first speaker is an atuma. He is an indolent

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  6. The first speaker is an atuma. He is an indolent

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  7. Nigeria is truly a zoo, an animal kingdom ruled by a jihadist and terrorists. I weep for Nigeria. The nation is cursed and doomed forever.

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    1. Your comment above is only true for you and your own. I hope you say Amen.

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  8. Why should the biafra soldiers trained by the israelites watch their leader going down like sadam?

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  9. God will see everyone through,good or bad.

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