“People From The North, Yoruba, Ijaw Fighting For Liberation, Are They In Jail?” – Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu

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In an exclusive interview with Channels Television, the President of Ohaneze Ndi-Igbo, Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, raised concerns about the apparent double standard in the treatment of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Iwuanyanwu pointed out that individuals from other ethnic groups, such as the Yoruba and the North, are also fighting for liberation, yet they are not facing the same level of persecution as Kanu. He emphasized that Kanu’s advocacy for the Igbos is a response to the systemic discrimination and marginalization they have faced for years.

The Ohaneze Ndi-Igbo President stressed that the Igbos are being unfairly targeted and that their plight is well-known across Nigeria. He questioned why Kanu is being singled out and treated differently from others who are also fighting for their rights.

In his words;

“We’ve people from Yoruba fighting for Liberation, Are they in Jail?, We’ve people from the North fighting for Liberation, Are they in Jail? We’ve people from Ijaw, Why is it an Igbo man.. Nnamdi Kanu is responding to the serious discrimination against the Igbos. Everybody in Nigeria knows Igbos are being discriminated”


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