Biafra: IPOB’s Nnamdi Kanu Releases Evidence On Plans By Buhari To ‘Fulanize’ Nigeria

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Kanu Makes Fresh Allegation On Fulanization

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has alleged fresh claims by the Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government to implement a Fulanisation agenda in Nigeria.

The IPOB leader who had always accused the Buhari administration of plans to Fulanize Nigeria, carved out ‘his new evidence’ from the newly introduced international passport.

According to him, his new discovery is a confirmation that the federal government under Buhari is pursuing a pro-Fulani agenda at the expense of other ethnic nationalities.

Baring his mind via his official Twitter account on Thursday, Kanu asked: “And now that you have terror herdsmen & their cows on your new International Passport, do you still have any doubt? Every nation has pantheons. Is the fourth most deadly terror group in the world among the pantheons of Nigeria? Why proudly celebrate terrorism?”

Naija News recalls the federal government had always dismissed any allegation of a Fulanization of Islamization plan noting that such accusations were baseless.

See what Kanu Tweeted on Thursday:

And now that you have terror herdsmen & their cows on your new International Passport, do you still have any doubt? Every nation has pantheons. Is the fourth most deadly terror group in the world among the pantheons of Nigeria? Why proudly celebrate terrorism? pic.twitter.com/BK2ofUFsG4

— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) July 11, 2019

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