Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), over the weekend, address a Shabbat Rally in his father’s compound.
Kanu who defied one of the conditions of his bail which prohibits him from being in a gathering of more than ten persons, said the enemies of Biafra are in trouble, adding that within the next few months Biafra will be achieved.
“On the 30th of May we shut this place down and after that we call for referendum,” he said, adding “There will be no election in Biafra for ever and ever.”
He said IPOB does not want restructuring or the honouring of the Aburi Accord, but Biafra.
“It’s either Biafra or death,” he said. “I was born to restore Biafra,” he added.
He ended his address with a prayer as the congregation lifted up their hands.