Enugu Killings: I feel like abandoning the struggle – Nnamdi Kanu

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Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) has revealed that he felt like abandoning the struggle for Biafra after revisiting the incident that claimed the lives of some of his members last Sunday in Emene, Enugu State.

Kanu made this known in a letter to his members after the incident.

In the letter, he likened his feelings to that of Jesus Christ who told God at the Garden of Gethsemane when faced with the agony of betrayal and death “if it be possible, let this cup pass from me.”

He, however, pointed out that he would not give up until he Biafra becomes an independent nation.

11 Comments

  1. I don’t even know when this struggle will materialize
    I feel it is taking too long a time and the killings of these IPOB members is getting out of hand even when they (IPOB members) don’t carry weapons

  2. Why inciting this hatred in mind of your people and Nigerians at large, if you wish to fight for Biafra nation you should come back to Nigeria and lead them to your own destinations.

  3. By saying all these trashes by nnamdi kanu is uncivilized and you are just wasting the lives of your people by this struggling that you are talking about. I will just implore your people to desist from this barbaric act and if you (Nnamdi) can’t come back to Nigeria and lead the struggle, your people should think twice and not wasting their lives.

  4. God bless you Sir for speaking out truly you are good leader. Biafra must come weather they like it or not.
    Even the governor the thing happened in his state have not said anything yet.

  5. Hmmmm i thought you should stand and fight a good fight of faith…Nothing happens until the pain of remaining the same outweighs the pain of change.

  6. Fellow your mind sir,but I believe the hope of many igbos are on you,you can help them.
    God continue blessings your struggle,or this bad story happening would soon be a story.

  7. Keep struggle my brother,I still believe God’s time is the best.
    So don’t give up sir.
    I pray Biafra stands one day.

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