Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the indigenous peoples of Biafra, IPOB, has taken the struggle for an independent state of Biafra to Japan.
LATEST NIGERIA NEWSPAPER report that Kanu announced his arrival in the Republic of Japan on Saturday through his official Twitter account. This occurs a few days after the IPOB leader met with United Nations agencies in Geneva on the same issue.
Before the meeting with the UN, Kanu had previously met with the United Kingdom Parliament.
LATEST NIGERIA NEWSPAPER report that He tweeted on Saturday: “Thanks to Elohim, I have arrived in Japan to maintain the diplomatic impulse of the most determined activism to restore Biafra. IPOB will continue to appear openly in places where Jubril / Buhari and its handlers were too terrified to speak.”