Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was heavily cheered on by a large crowd, while he visited Port-Harcourt, the Rivers State capital on Tuesday.
In the video below, Kanu was hailed in Igbo language by his admirers.
Some called him ‘Igwe’ (King), while some referred to him as ‘Ebubedike’.
Kanu is seen acknowledging the crowd’s cheer, while he was ushered into a waiting vehicle.
The IPOB leader waved as the vehicle moved on, even as the crowd continued to shout his praises.
Meanwhile, IPOB has hinted that it will ride on the wings of the United Nations, UN, charters which allows group seeking secession to exploit civil disobedience in achieving its mandate of Biafra.
IPOB said this in response to some Northern elders like Tanko Yakassai, who alleged that the group was calling for another civil war by insisting on the restoration of Biafra.
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