Nnamdi Kanu has reacted to the recent Edo Governorship Election that left Osagie Ize-Iyamu loosing to Godwin Obaseki.
The leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, chided the APC candidate, Ize-Iyamu, saying that the era of ‘tubarn’ winning election in Nigeria is ending very fast.
“One thing I love about Edo election is that the era of going and kneeling before JANJAWEED and they are shouting Allah Akbar on your head has gone.”
“I want our people to learn a lesson from the edo. I want our people to stand up to this illegal Governors.
“If not the visa ban backed up by the U.S ambassador, maybe by now they would have declared the Alhaji Pastor the winner.
“I want people to understand that it had to take the intervention of a white nation to change that,” Kanu continued.
“They thought after going to the north and they tie bedsheet on your head and shout Allah Akbar then you become a Governor, well it is not gonna happen again.
“They want to give an impression to the world that they can run a legitimate exams, but you know they are not capable of that.
Nnamdi Kanu commended the ‘Igbos’ in Igodomigodo, Gov. Nyesome Wike and the United States ambassador for making sure the election go like it should.
Also celebrating the end of godfatherism in Edo state, he says, “We must also commend the U.S ambassador in the ZOO for once doing something good for the first time.
“And it will go down in the history of the ZOO that godfatherism has gone to rest in Edo State.
“I want to commend the people of igodomigodo, and of course Nyesom Wike who has thought us what the power of incumbency is all about.”