Meet Biafra supporter who trekked from Aba to Umuahia to see Nnamdi Kanu (photos)

Meet Biafra supporter who trekked from Aba to Umuahia to see Nnamdi Kanu (photos)

- A Biafra supporter has trekked from Aba to Umuahia to see the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

- In a bid to show his support for Biafra, the man trekked to meet Kanu after he was released from prison

- He explained that he did so because he made a promise to God to trek to meet Kanu if he gets released from prison

A Biafra supporter, Nnamdi Chiawalamuoke, has trekked from Aba to Umuahia to meet and greet the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Kanu was arrested for broadcasting what the Nigerian government called 'hate speeches' on his Radio Biafra, which though is located in London, is received in southeast and parts of south-south

Chiawalamuoke revealed that he trekked to Umuahia because he made a promise to God to trek anytime IPOB leader is released from detention.

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Meet Nigerian man who trekked from Aba to Umuahia to see Nnamdi Kanu

NAIJ.com gathered that the Biafra supporter left his house around 5am and arrived at Kanu’s compound around 4pm.

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He was filled with joy after he was allowed to meet Kanu who shook him and lauded him for his support.

Kanu said: "you are indeed a hardcore Biafran.”

You may recall that Kanu was released from Kuje detention after spending a year and some months in prison.

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Source: Naija.ng

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