The leader of the controversial Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mr. Nnamdi Kanu on Saturday said that President Muhammadu Buhari is “a mini-Nigeria”.
Kanu, took to his Twitter handle, maintained his stance that zoning, an idea adopted by the two major political parties in Nigeria, ‘cannot work’.
Biafra Activist, Nnamdi Kanu Says Buhari Typifies ‘Ailing’ Nigeria
The 53-year-old held that Nigeria is ‘ailing’ and the present leaders need to allow an Independence referendum.
“The @NGRPresident is a microcosm of Nigeria, a mini-Nigeria,” Kanu wrote.
“It represents what ails Nigeria from the top.
“If you think the rotational presidency is the SOLUTION, think again.
“The tail does not wag the dog. The dog wags the tail.
“Ending Nigeria is the solution, and it lies with you.”
Kanu, who stays abroad, is facing charges of treasonable felony at a top Nigerian court.
He was arrested alongside three others on October 14, 2015, in Lagos State and was later freed tentatively after many months in jail.
However, he fled from Nigeria in 2017. Since then, he has not visited the country.