Abuja - Embattled Biafran leader Nnamdi Kanu has spoken out while in prison custody, claiming that it is not his choice to push for the realization of Biafra but the call of God.
According to a Naij report, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) insisted that it was not his personal aspirations that led him to stir agitation for Biafra but the will of God that was placed upon him since time immemorial.
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In addition, Kanu stated that the restoration of the Biafran nation remains a key priority that must be accomplished in order to free his people from Nigeria, Vanguard reports.
"The reason my mother gave birth to me was to restore and save Biafrans. I also promise that the Biafran race will be a cleaned up nation and all the people of Biafra will come back home, if they are living outside the country of the new nation. Our people will no longer wander on the road again," said Kanu.
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