IPOB Lion Squad journeys to Nnamdi Kanu's home

IPOB Lion Squad journeys to Nnamdi Kanu's home

- Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra called the Lion Squad from Anambra state journey to see Nnamdi Kanu

- The IPOB leader accuses the Nigerian army of provoking his group to wage war with the government

- Kanu says he was awoken from sleep by soldiers who attacked his residence on Sunday, September 10

Some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) who call themselves the Lion Squad have embarked on a visit to Nnamdi Kanu's home in Abia state after the reported military invasion of his residence.

READ ALSO: Southeast governors slam soldiers for invading Kanu's home

In a video footage uploaded on social media on Monday, September 11, members of the group were seen in buses embarking on a journey with an individual in the background saying they were the Lion Squad from Anambra state on their way to visit the IPOB leader.

The voice was also heard calling the Nigerian army a zoo army shortly before the clip ended.

Watch the video of the said Lion Squad members below:

Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu has accused the Nigerian army of provoking members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to wage war with the government so that the group can be tagged violent.

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The IPOB leader made the accusation on Monday, September 11, when narrating the alleged attack on his residence by men of the Nigerian army.

He said he was awoken from sleep by soldiers who attacked his residence on Sunday, September 10.

Kanu told journalists that the military men came with their armoured personnel carrier and started firing indiscriminately at people who protested against their presence.

He said several people received gunshot wounds while three died in the attack.

Kanu said the military was provoking IPOB to become armed and that it was the duty of the media to make the world understand that.

Watch this NAIJ.com's exclusive chat with Nnamdi Kanu below:

Source: Naija.ng

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