Following the recent visit of Senator Orji Uzor Kanu, the Senator representing Abia North in the National Assembly to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, the family of the detained leader on Tuesday took a swipe at the Senator over his comment that Kanu’s followers were an insane number of people rooting for his release back home.
The IPOB leader’s younger brother, Prince Emmanuel, who spoke for the family, demanded explanations from the former governor of Abia State as to what he meant by the statement.
Kalu, had in a tweet after visiting Kanu in detention, said, he visited his brother, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in DSS custody, Abuja, met him in good health and care, adding that they discussed as Umunne (brothers).
Reacting, Kanu’s family accused the senator of unnecessarily advertising his visit to the IPOB leader probably for political gains and expressed their disappointment over what they called confusing, incoherent, disparaging and uncomplimentary remarks.
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