Kanu Has Thought Nigeria A Good Lesson – Wike

Governor Nyeso Wike of River State, has stated the the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has thought the Federal Government  a good lesson.

Wike made the statement in reaction to Kanu’s planed visit to Lagos while addressing the media at the government House Port Harcourt.

He expressed fears over the dangers that may occur if the IPOB leader embark on such journey.

Wike said, ” the whole of Eastern region has not being thoroughly convinced on Biafra, for him to embark on such tour is like a suicide mission, we still need him here.

”Even though I have never supported him for one day, but I think his actions have thought Nigeria a good lesson of their mistakes, and where they need to amend.”

Wike noted that if not for Nnamdi Kanu that Nigeria would have been out of shape.

”I urge him to stay back with his people, going to Lagos is not a welcomed development”, he said.



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  2. Christopher Iwu

    To KANU I say:
    NNAMDI KANU must step aside and let us build on his LEGACY.
    1. NNAMDI KANU raised the Awareness for Biafra. An awareness that died in 1970 when we surrendered.
    2. NNAMDI KANU taught Nigeria the word MARGINALIZATION and Nigeria started talking about RESTRUCTURING, the only thing that can save Nigeria.
    3. NNAMDI KANU forced the Confession from NIGERIA that BIAFRANS DID NOT MASTERMIND THE 1966 COUP.
    As an old man I appreciated this revelation more than anything else.
    NNAMDI KANU scored his successes AGAINST THE RUN OF PLAY.

  3. Julius

    You end your statement arrogantly. Why are you inviting trouble. Kanu can only invite his followers to Igbo land. He needs not to come to Lagos at all. The samething Ojukwu did that cost the Igbos. Ojukwu was coming to Lagos, already in Ore before he was sent back by the mighty and the entire Igbo lost. The consequence is what we are facing toll now. I am imploring mazi Kanu to remains in the eastern part of the country otherwise he is playing with peoples lives and properties.

  4. Tony

    Let him come to lagos we are wetin for him and nothing will happen to him we Igbos in Lagos are solidly behind him

  5. Fred von Papen

    What has happened, the Biafrans in Lagos should be sensitized through the social media,they need our radio transmitter to be installed in Lagos state, Remember Aguiyi Ironsi, had no protection when the Nigerian troupe came for his,an Igbo proverbs says “agba mbu otu n’ogwe agba abuo otu n’ogwe obuzi ogwe ka apiri aku,asikwana only ele gburu nna ya anaghi eji mpi ele añu ñmanya, ndi Umuahia muru m sina O’Mara asu ,suo nikwe omaghi asu suo n’ala.

    Asina atuoruo omara ,omara atukwaranu ofekee,ofenye isi n’ohia,Ya ka nnam bu Mazi Nwaiwuagwu gwara m,udo diri Mazi KANU,ogologo ndu anaru isike, chikaaaaa oooo!Udo! Udo !

  6. Doris

    Nnamdi Kanu isn’t going to Lagos state to takeover their territory, he’s going there to meet with his people. So I do not see anything wrong with that and if Lagos indigenes try anything stupid, sorry will be there name.

    Same to Northern citizens.

  7. Daniel Bruce

    My greatest governor, may the good God I serve faithfully bless u beyond measures! To have acknowledged the relevant presence of mazi Nnamdi Kanu…. he is great indeed.

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