A video has been obtained of Nnamdi Kanu’s last words before his arrest by the Department of State Security (DSS) last year.
In the video, the director of Radio Biafra was heard talking about the struggle for the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and why they would not surrender in their struggle.
The video obtained by Igberetvnews also had the pro-Biafra leader say: “It is either we have the flag of Biafra raised up or I am lowered into the grave,” a sign that the struggle for the independence of Biafra is far from over as the protesters are insisting on seceding from Nigeria.
On Wednesday, March 9, the IPOB members showed their determination to frustrate the Nigerian government as they embarrassed Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state who was at Chatham House to deliver a speech.
Okorocha’s free education programme from primary to University level and his concerted effort at Human Capital Development Initiatives in the state had occasioned the interest of the London based Chatham House to invite him to talk on the referenced topic.
However, when the governor was delivering his speech, a supporter of the Indigenous People of Biafra with a Biafran flag came to the podium agitating that no one is doing anything about the plight of Biafrans in Nigeria.
He was immediately rushed by other participants at the event as they clashed with him while trying to push him out of the hall.