When in an outburst in a court session in January 2017, the Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, fumed, “I will destroy Nigeria with truth,” many took him lightly. Nigeria being an empire of darkness, doubters wondered how such a colossal threat could be put to effect. But Kanu isn’t the type that talks for the fun of it. Although he has been on the business of exposing the evils done in Nigeria – and they are quite humongous – it seems he has doubled his efforts since regaining freedom after two years of incarceration. His adversaries tried to forestall this with stringent bail conditions that largely infringed his human fundamental rights. Kanu, however, isn’t the average black man that is easily cowed. Fear is one word he just doesn’t know.
He first brought to public domain the concealed death of President Muhammadu Buhari in his compound in Afara-Ukwu Ibeku in July 2017, explaining to the shock of the teaming crowd present that the fellow parading self as Nigeria’s president is actually a body-double imported from Sudan by Abba Kyari and crew to maintain the Fulani oligarchy’s grip on power. This revelation is actually the reason behind the invasion of his house by the murderous Nigerian military that snuffed life out of twenty-eight able-bodied young men in a concerted effort to get to the IPOB leader. The evil players in Nigeria’s helm of affairs were shocked to learn that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is in possession of a secret they supposed airtight. To keep him from letting the cat out of the bag, the cabal sent a detachment of soldiers equipped with assorted armament and backed up by airforce to silence him. Well, fate didn’t allow them, and Kanu, although badly injured, managed to escape alive.
After thirteen months of recuperation – a time he was incommunicado – the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra reappeared in the capital city of Israel, Jerusalem. While his detractors were yet to recover from the fever of his reappearance and solve the jigsaw puzzle posed by his ability to beat Nigerian security operatives and make it to Israel unseen, the Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra picked up again the topic that nearly cost him his life and that of his parents.
In the epochal broadcast marking his return, the Biafran leader promised to unmask the impostor in Nigeria’s loftiest seat of power. Subscribing to Malcolm X’s recipe, – You have to be very careful introducing the truth to the black man who has never previously heard the truth about himself. The black brother is so brainwashed that he may reject the truth when he first hears it. You have to drop a little bit on him at a time, and wait a while to let that sink in before advancing to the next step – the enigmatic freedom fighter offered to unclad the Buhari impostor bit by bit to enable the mentally clogged Nigerian populace who have been lied to for ages grasp his points. Week by week, Kanu availed the public with irrefutable shreds of evidence, beginning with the earlobe difference between late President Muhammadu Buhari and his Sudanese impostor.
Glaringly, the left earlobe of late President Buhari differs from that of the man currently being paraded as Nigeria’s president. Buhari’s left ear lobe was damaged, but that of his body-double is intact. What happened? Has the damaged earlobe miraculously grown back? Mazi Nnamdi Kanu unveiled this first piece of evidence and commanded that his followers circulate it to the ends of the earth. In a matter of minutes, social media became awash with it.
As with the earlobe difference, Mazi Kanu drew the attention of the public to the younger and fresher looking fingers of the impostor, juxtaposing them with the old and shrunk fingers of late President Muhammadu Buhari. The difference stood tall, and IPOB went to work, circulating this second evidence to the four corners of the world.
In a comparative analysis, the vibrant Biafran leader released photographs of late President Buhari standing with Senate President, Bukola Saraki, taken in 2015 and 2016, and then, the photographs of the body double with Saraki taken in 2017 and 2018. In 2015/2016 photographs, late president Buhari was obviously taller than Senator Saraki. Shockingly, in the ones taken in 2017 and 2018, the reverse applied – palpable evidence the man in Aso Rock isn’t Buhari.
In defense of the cabal’s dubious card game, the shameless minister of information, Lai Mohammed, who is popular for his blatant lies, claimed that the president is now shorter because his London doctors told him to stop wearing high-heels. Quite laughable! So the president used to wear high-heels previously? So lame a defense.
In what he termed “Operation remove your cap,” the IPOB leader drew the attention of the public to the hairline difference between late President Buhari and his body double. Buhari, everyone knows, was bald, so how come the man currently in Nigeria’s highest seat of power is not bald? In his characteristic bravery, Kanu challenged the cabals to prove him wrong by asking the supposed president to remove his cap for Nigerians to see if he is bald or not.
Moving on in his series of revelations, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu pointed out Jubril’s ability to write with left hand, something Late President Buhari was not known for. In his characteristic manner, the Supreme Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra provided the public with pictorial evidence. The cabals tried to confuse the public by calling it “mirror effect,” claiming that the photograph in which the impostor was captured writing with the left is a reversed form of another provided photograph. This was smart, only it was by half. The juxtaposed photographs have different backgrounds – the caps are different, the seats and the walls. IPOB pointed these out and the public took note.
Recently, while commemorating his supposed 76th birthday, the president was seen cutting the cake with his left. What will the ever lying cabals attempt to do about this one? Claim it is a mirror effect again? They might as well, for they are shameless. But as they failed in the first, they are bound to fail again. Other people helping him to cut the cake all used right hand. If the photograph is a reversed form, others in the picture would have been depicted as using left as well. And again, the “76” on the cake itself would have appeared in its reversed form “97.” Obviously, we now have a new version of Buhari – the left-handed one.
Not yet done, Mazi Kanu went on to exhume the 2017 tweet of UK’s erstwhile MP, Eric Joyce , which announced the death of President Muhammadu Buhari, Queen Elizabeth’s condolence letter to Nigerian government and Buhari’s family, as well as African Union’s one-minute-silence observed in honour of late President Buhari in a February 2017 summit held in Addis Ababa. Kanu enjoined journalists to shelve their docility and execrable corrupt shell by investigating the flight log of the presidential jet that flew the president out of Abuja the day he collapsed which he said with a measure of certainty dropped at Casablanca to pick life-support, before proceeding to the UK and later to Saudi Arabia where it took the corpse of the president for burial after giving up the ghost finally on January 27, 2017.
As the masses subsumed that, Nnamdi Kanu served yet another revelation: the man in Aso Rock cannot speak Fulani Indigenous language, Fulfulde – a language late President Muhammadu Buhari, a Fulani man, was quite fluent in. Kanu challenged the impostor to prove him wrong by granting a press interview in Fulfulde, promising to drop his agitation for a free state of Biafra should the man being paraded as Nigeria’s president last five minutes in a media chat conducted in Fulani indigenous language. As the polity got hotter, many expected the president to lay the allegations to rest by taking the challenge, but no, he shied away from it.
The minister of information, Lai Mohammed, inadvertently corroborated Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s claim when in an attempt to defend the impostor, the minister said that the president can no longer understand and speak Fulfulde as a result of the brain surgery he underwent in a London hospital. Well, that goes on to confirm another of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s claim – the illness that led to Buhari’s demise. The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra had in one of his broadcasts revealed that Buhari died of Brain tumor. The minister’s admission that his boss had brain surgery confirms Kanu’s claim. The people began to think.
As if provoked by the lame defenses and determined to bury every iota of doubt, Kanu served the most colossal of all – the palmar flexion creases difference. In a broadcast on December 8, 2018, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu brought to public cognizance the discrepancy between the impostor’s palmar flexion creases and that of late President Buhari. Elucidating on this forensic evidence with the help of his media team who, within minutes, circulated to the foundations of the earth the comparative photographs of the impostor’s palm and that of late President Buhari’s, the enigmatic Biafran leader predicted that the impostor will from that day stop waving in public. Just as he said, the Sudanese impostor refrained from waving the crowd in the APC presidential rallies held subsequently. This drew even the most skeptic to reason. If Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is wrong, why is the president’s action as predicted? Why is the president not opening his palms in public again? Why has he refused to remove his cap? Why has he refused to grant interview in Fulfulde?
And the People Began to React: Spun by Nnamdi Kanu’s brave revelations, notable Nigerians began to speak out. Amongst them is the spokesman for the Atiku Campaign Organization, Segun Sowunmi, who, following Kanu’s line, argued in a recent media chat that President Muhammadu Buhari cannot speak Fulfulde. Sowunmi sought to establish the certainty of his claims by challenging the said president to prove him wrong by granting an interview in Fulani language.
Buba Galadima was even more direct. Addressing an audience recently in Abuja, the former ally of the late president said, “The man in Aso Rock is not the Buhari I used to know.” As he furthered his speech, Galadima left no one in doubt of his convictions when he stated “the person in Aso Rock may or not be Jubril from Sudan, but certainly he is not the Buhari we put in power.”
The PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar – a onetime Nigeria’s vice president – lent credence to Kanu’s revelations when he fumed, “I will not contest with a foreigner.” By this single statement, Atiku admitted his knowledge of the impostor in the presidential villa just as Kanu had asserted. But beyond that admission, Atiku was sending a clear message to the cabal handlers of the impostor. Although he had been conspiratorially silent, he is not likely to concede defeat to a Sudanese. The selfish thing about the Nigerian; only reacting when directly threatened. Haven’t Nnamdi Kanu said that they all know the man currently in Aso Rock is not Buhari but, guided by the same Fulani template, chose to stay silent? Now, the chickens are coming home to roost. The cat is being let out of the bag.
In a related development, the Senate president, Dr. Bukola Saraki, said, “Atiku is a Fulani Nigerian. Vote for a Nigerian, not a foreigner.” This as well is a betrayal of the knowledge that an impostor is occupying Nigeria’s loftiest seat of power. Saraki who was seen in a video stealing suspicious glances at the president must have convinced himself that the man erroneously addressed as Nigeria’s president is not actually the same man Nigerians installed in 2015, hence his statement.
The General Overseer of Living Faith Church otherwise known as Winners Chapel, Pastor David Oyedepo, overwhelmed by the broad daylight fraud being unmasked by Kanu, described the development as “disturbing.” Decrying the monumental deceit, the cleric urged his congregation to call on God to deliver Nigeria from slavery, shame, and reproach.
And then: The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra while exposing the impostor in Aso Rock concomitantly called on Nigerian Labour Union and every other reasonable human entrapped in the evil empire currently referred to as Nigeria to join IPOB in boycotting the February 2019 election as that is the only thing capable of bringing the cabals to their knees and by that offer the people a chance to decide what kind of country they want to live in, adding that Biafra is already on her way out.
As the call for election boycott gathers momentum, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has now, through a press release by IPOB’s Media Secretary, Emma Powerful, announced 16 February 2019 – the day slated for Nigeria’s presidential poll – as the date of Biafra’s first referendum exercise. IPOB’s game plan, the press release stated, is simple: if you want a free state of Biafra, boycott the election, if you prefer Nigeria, then go out and vote. The move is quite a smart one and has caught Nigerian power players at the jugular as international observers will be on ground to monitor the exercise. Sources say Nigerian government is now planning a postponement of the general election as a result of IPOB’s announcement.
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media