Nnamdi Kanu’s days are numbered – Arewa youths tells Buhari to arrest IPOB’s chief.

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The Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, AYCF, has confirmed that the days of Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, are counted.

AYCF National President Yerima Shettima made a remark in a conversation with Dailypost.

Shettima said that the Nigerian government should formulate a way of arresting and repatriating Kanu to face his trial.

He found out that Kanu was taking advantage of Nigeria’s unemployment rate to attract and instigate people against other Nigerians.

Shettima said, “In a typical society, the rabble rouser who wants to be a leader from nowhere should not be taken seriously.

“But, sadly, for us, we have a country with a high rate of unemployment, a poor economy and a high rate of violence, so it’s convenient for Kanu to hire and instigate people against innocent Nigerians.

“But I know that his days are numbered that this cannot happen, because as far as I am concerned, I have never seen him as a serious human being.

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“The Nigerian government must devise a means through interpol to get him arrested and put on trial.”

 

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