The leader of the indigenous peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, criticized the Second Republic legislator, Junaid Mohammed, on Wednesday for his comment on President Muhammadu Buhari’s trip to Japan.
The Nigeria newspaper report that Buhari set out on Sunday from Nigeria to Japan to participate in the Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD7) held in the city of Yokohama, from August 28 to 30, 2019.
Following the disclosure of Buhari’s travel itinerary, Kanu had ordered IPOB members to ensure that the president was arrested and handed over to security agents in Japan upon arrival because he is an imposter.
However, the newspaper reported on Monday the arrival of Buhari to Japan. However, IPOB claimed that the president was not in Japan, and emphasized that photographs of Buhari were photographed in the country.
In response to Kanu’s directive, Mohammed said IPOB members would pay with their blood if they attack Buhari on foreign soil.
Junaid Mohammed was quoted as saying: “IPOB will pay with their blood if they try to attack Buhari.” Reacting to Mohammed’s comment, Kanu challenged the former legislator to stop, “running his mouth like a captured bandit.”
Sharing Mohammed’s comment on his Twitter account, Kanu wrote: “Instead of running his mouth like a bandit captured in police custody, Junaid Mohammed should allow Jubril to make a public appearance in Japan, only then will he understand how incredibly passionate we are About Biafra IPOB is not Ohaneze or PANDEF who bow to threats.”