Nnamdi Kanu: DSS Plotting To Inject Our Leader Poisonous Vaccine, Kill Him Slowly – IPOB

July 2, 2021
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IPOB has accused the Department of State Services (DSS) of planning to inject its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, with a lethal vaccination.

Emma Powerful, IPOB’s Publicity Secretary, claimed that the deadly vaccine was intended to kill Kanu gradually.

Powerful said in a statement that such an attempt should be abandoned because the consequences would be terrible.

IPOB further stated that while in DSS custody, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo must ensure that nothing happens to its leader.

According to Powerful: “We pity them and Nigeria if anything happens to our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The Nigeria Government and security agencies must understand the product we are made of and how prepared we are.

“South East Governors and Ohaneze including politicians in the region must ensure that nothing bad happens to Nnamdi Kanu because Miyetti Allah and sympathisers of terrorists are going free in the country but the ordinary person and innocent citizens are molestinged every day because they are Biafrans. We won’t accept that.

“We also want to tell the DSS to jettison any plans to inject our leader with a poisonous vaccine that will make him die slowly. Any such attempt will come with unimaginable consequences! Nnamdi Kanu must not die in custody! ”

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