Nnamdi Kanu Reacts To Mailafia’s Claim On Northern Governor Being Boko Haram Commander

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The Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has reacted to the statement by the former Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Mailafia Obadiah, on Boko Haram.

The former presidential candidate of the African Democratic Congress in the 2019 general election alleged that the terrorist group is been commanded by a Northern Governor.

He, however, did not disclose the name of the Northern governor.

Obadiah further stated that a repentant Boko Haram terrorist commander revealed that the insurgents are in the southern part of Nigeria and are planning a civil war in 2022.

The former Deputy Governor of CBN added that the terrorist group plan to invade and kill prominent Nigerians in their residence in urban cities.

Kanu while reacting to the revelation by Obadiah wondered what the southern region gain from being part of Nigeria where the people of the region are waiting to be slaughtered by Boko Haram members.

The IPOB leader who took to his Twitter account wrote: “Former CBN Deputy Gov reveals that a Northern governor is the Commander of BokoHaram and that they’re in the South already waiting for orders to begin the Great Slaughter. Let me again ask the South: What are you gaining from this escalating pain and suffering called #OneNigeria?”

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