Read what Father Ebube Munso told Nnamdi Kanu over Biafra & Anambra Election

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Read what Father Ebube Munso told Nnamdi Kanu over Biafra & Anambra Election

A Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obidimma (a.k.a – Father Ebube Munso) yesterday, hosted the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in a closed door meeting.

The meeting was held at the Blessed Iwene Tansi, Umudioka, Dunukofia Local Government Area of Anambra State.

ABACITYBLOG recall that Mazi Kanu went on a thank you visit to the priest as he joined the IPOB on their rally in Ekwulobia, Anambra State, last Sunday, August 20th.

Speaking with newsmen after the meeting, The cleric, who is also the Spiritual Director of Holy Ghost Adoration Ministry in Idemili North Local Government of the state, condemned group’s no-election campaign in Anambra.

He advised IPOB to ensure there was no breech of peace in whatever they do, adding that they should stop the call for disintegration of the country.

The priest added that that he warned Kanu on the campaign to boycott Nov. 18 Anambra governorship election.

“For me, it will be more problematic to say that there won’t be any election in Anambra, it is like somebody firing gun on his toes.

“Christ came into the world and reincarnated the message of peace and that was why I advised Kanu to uphold peace following the tensions everywhere in the country. Let love lead all that we do.

“I advised him to do anything within his power to forestall peace, even in their agitation, let there be prudence. ”

“In our country Nigeria, it is certain that there is marginalisation, nepotism and tribalism.

“We are one Nigeria but some people are being marginalised and that is why we have all these agitations but in everything, let there be prudence as we also pray for divine intervention.

“Igbos are clamouring for Biafra but an average Igbo man is selfish in nature and the question is, how matured are we to handle our affairs.

“Where are the Igbo cabals and stakeholders; like Nnia Nwodo, Peter Obi, Emeka Anyaoku, Ifeanyi Ubah, Prof Charles Soludo, Emmanuel Iwuanwaywu, and many others.

“There has to be a unifying umbrella where they will gather and register their protest,” he said.

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