- Abdulkadir Erkahraman has vowed to raise the issue of Biafra and Myanmar before the UN
- The controversial Turkish national said he has already discussed the issue with 20 world leaders
- According to him, some of the talks have yielded positive results
Abdulkadir Erkahraman, who is a Turkish supporter of Biafra, has promised to raise the issue of Biafra before the United Nations General Assembly.
The controversial activist, who was the first international emissary to visit Nnamdi Kanu in Nigeria, in a post on his Facebook page said he has discussed the issue with 20 world leaders and expressed optimism that it will soon yield good result.
He wrote: “I will raise the issue of Myanmar and Biafra at the U.N. General Assembly in the broadest manner. We will speak this issue with the leaders there. In the meantime, as the OIC term president, I have discussed this issue with nearly 20 world leaders. Some of these talks have yielded or will yield results. However, not everybody has the same sensitivity. Let them not; but, we will fulfill our duty.”
NAIJ.com had reported that Kanu's brother revealed the reason the Turkish government sent an emissary to visit Kanu in his hometown.
NAIJ.com gathered that Kanu's brother, Emmanuel Kanu, said the Turkish government is looking forward to partnering with IPOB leaders.
He said both leaders of IPOB and Turkey will partner in the areas of infrastructural programmes designed to promote education, roads reconstruction and other projects.
He said: “During the visit, Erkahraman said he came to seek ways to partner IPOB leadership and Biafrans in general in the areas of infrastructural programs designed to promote education, roads re-construction and other projects which will be unveiled in no distant time.”
Watch a NAIJ.com TV video below of Professor Yemi Osinbajo talking about the need for Nigeria to be united: