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Anti-Biafrans won’t make heaven – Nnamdi Kanu

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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, says that anyone who does not support the agitations for Biafra would not make heaven.

Mr Kanu said this during the weekend in Houston Texas, United States while addressing Biafra supporters as part of his sensitisation tour in the US.

“God gave you a gift in America to rescue us if you like you can leave it. But I can assure you, if you have heard this gospel (Biafra) today, you return to your homes and do nothing, you will never make heaven.

“Anybody that hates Biafra can never make heaven. In heaven, the angels speak the Igbo language,” Kanu said.

The IPOB leader compared Biafra to Israel saying that the country does not have full ownership of Jerusalem because it ignored infiltration by foreigners.

“After 2000 years, their land was no longer called Israel, it was called Palestine and they had to fight their ways. The Qu’ran says Jerusalem belongs to Israel. The Bible says Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.  But today, Israel does not have full ownership of Jerusalem because of one mistake.

“I hope that the value that has driven Biafra civilisation for 5,000 years will come back to sustain us for another 5,000 years. This evening, we have started something that will culminate in the coming of Biafra.

“All of you that did those wonderful works in years back, I call upon you now to redouble your efforts and do the same thing you did before but only now slightly differently; where before you have Nigeria, remove it and put Biafra,” he said.

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