Biafra Nations League, BNL, has challenged the Lagos State Spokesperson of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Joe Igbokwe, to brave all odds and come to the South East.
National Leader of BNL, Princewill Chimezie Richards, issued a statement where he intimated that Igbokwe will never step foot in the South East until he dies. He explained that Igbokwe has been banned from the South East and he would stoned to death when they see him in the South East.
The statement read: “First of all, he is not ashamed that for years he can’t attend public functions in Igboland.
“He doesn’t visit home, he feels he is occupying a good office in Lagos, for that he is always defending whatever the APC government does. But he doesn’t know he is just a mere SA on Public Latrine and Sewage Disposal.”
In other news, Joe Igbokwe defended the federal government on the arrest of leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.
Igbokwe was involved in a chat with Helen Oyibo where he spoke about the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu and how it put his mind to rest. He expressed his satisfaction over the arrest of the secessionist leader. Igbokwe explained that Kanu is different from bandits because they are all driven by different motives.
He said: “He (Kanu) said, on Radio Biafra, that if they see me, his boys, they should behead me and kill all my children, destroy my home and I played it down but I put my life in the hands of God and that of my family because I was asking myself, I was like has it gotten to this, that you cannot hear voices that are not saying no, we can’t go this way.