Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has warned the Nigerian Government over the use of excessive force to suppressing ethnic nationalities that yearn for freedom.
Kanu explained that a population of people that are fed up of being slaves cannot be suppressed to back-out the quest for freedom.
Kanu reacted to the recent killings of Igbo indigenes in River State.
“On the second phase of the #EndSARS protest,” Kanu noted, “it is only for the revolutionaries who are persistent,” warning that people who are religiously blinded are not welcomed.
He also warned that Biafra, Oduduwa, Middle Belt will be set free, adding that the deaths in Lekki and Obigbo would not be in vain.
He stated, “The merchants of repression in #Nigeria should note that it never works. You cannot suppress the will for freedom in a population that is fed up of being slaves.
“The more you repress, the more the desire for freedom flourishes. #Biafra shall come! #Oduduwa shall come! #MiddleBelt shall be free! The braves fallen at #Lekki & #Obigbo shall not be in vain.
“Age old barriers to our freedom in Nigeria such as tribal sentiments, religion, ethnicity, emotional blackmail, used by corrupt politicians, agents of neo-colonialism in government houses, corrupt media and compromised traditional rulers, to hold the masses down by deceiving the gullible and ill informed, has been broken down for good.
“They can no longer count on their age old lies to keep dividing us. The unity exhibited by Nigerian youths during the first phase of the #EndSARS protests is testimony to this fact.
“During the upcoming second phase of the #EndSarsProtests, palliative chasers, people who are beholden to their primitive tribal sentiments, religious morons and the gullible are NOT welcome.
“The #revolution that is coming is for the mentally tough and resilient, not for #Zoo animals who are easily deceived with ethnicity, tribe or religion.
“If you are not a revolutionary, please do not come out. We are ready, are YOU?”
Nwada Ugochinyere Onye chere reporting, Obinwannem News