Nnamdi Kanu is hero – Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie

Yul Edochie
Yul Edochie
Yul Edochie: Kanu is hero

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Popular Nollywood actor cum politician, Yul Edochie has said Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, is grossly misunderstood.

Edochie described Kanu as a hero who truly wants lasting peace in Africa.

The popular actor made the remark on his Instagram page while celebrating the IPOB leader for his strides.

Edochie wrote: “Today is not his birthday, but I choose to celebrate this great man today. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, a Hero who is grossly misunderstood.

“But all he truly wants is for Africans to wake up and take serious decisions that will bring lasting peace in Africa. Live long great man. May Chukwu Okike Abiama be with you always.”

Kanu has been in the forefront pushing for the actualisation of Biafra and the well being of the Southeast.

Kanu had recently launched the Eastern Security Network, ESN, to protect the region.

4 COMMENTS

  1. So it makes sense, The Fulani herdsmen killers are in your farms abducting, raping both your grandmothers, mothers, sisters and daughters, afterwards they razed your farmlands without arrests and prosecutions.

    Evidently, the fact that most of the farmers in your place have abandoned their farmlands out of fear and apprehension of Buhari’s Fulani herdsmen killers made you a saner human being who can use his senses and wisdom well.

    May your neat trap remain open forever in silence. Time will tell.

    Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho are respectively south eastern and south western heroes, they have earned my respects in many ways other than one.

    As long as the bigoted and prejudiced government in Nigeria keeps shielding the herdsmen killers from arrests and prosecutions many heroes would ultimately spring up in defense of their people culminating in the dismemberment of the unworkable and unfeasible Nigeria.

    As long as the Fulanis keep holding up with the needless and unprovoked crimes against the generalities of the other ethnic nationalities, I don’t see Nigeria surviving beyond 2023.

    The choice is theirs.

    What a situation. I take a stroll. Nonsense.

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