Nnamdi Kanu Blasts BBC Nigeria For Falsified Publication About Him

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has reacted to a news publication by popular news media, BBC Nigeria on him and the  Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB. 

He took to his official Facebook page to blast the news outlet for falsifying the facts and information about the alleged $85,000 payment which was made by IPOB and he also accused them of being the mouthpiece of neo-colonialists while asking them to return to the United Kingdom.

He wrote:

Image may contain: one or more people and glasses, text that says "B B NEWS PIDGIN Nnamdi Kanu: lpob leader dey collect $85,000 USD to rubbish Nigeria? See wetin we find out Dooshima Abu BBC News Pidgin, Abuja 08 June 2020 NNAMDI KANU Nigeria goment declare lpod as terrorists group for 2018 even come cari dia leader Nnamdi Kanu enta prison and charge am court for treason."

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Despicable headline from the mouthpiece of neo-colonialists. BBC will always twist the TRUTH to serve the purpose of their evil colaboration with their favourite pet the Fulani Janjaweed terrorists. BBC will always be the mouthpiece of European slave masters still habouring the dream of reestablishing long dead colonies in backward African societies such as the #ZooNigeria.

From IPOB paying their foreign consultants $85,000 to me receiving the same $85,000 to discredit Nigeria. Talk about turning the truth upside down. This is the worst form of gutter journalism. No wonder the equally discredited Channels Television is collaborating with the roundly useless BBC.

BBC go back to the UK, slavery and empire ended long time ago.


Mazi Nnamdi Kanu




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