Nnamdi Kanu reveals why Nigeria is not a viable state

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has stated that the convergence of the diverse core value system of the North, West and East is posing a serious obstacle for Nigeria to function as a viable state.

This statement was made by the Biafra leader, Kanu in an interview with an entertainment guru, Chief Dele Momudu in an IPOB community radio.

Kanu stated that bringing Nigerians together without paying attention to the core value system of these ethnic groups was the bane of development and unrests in the country.

“So, these are the anomalies that Africans particularly educated Nigerians need to sit down to address. That’s why we have unrested development, that’s why nothing seems to be working because the convergence of these diverse core value system of Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo is making it impossible for Nigeria to function as a viable state.”

The IPOB leader made it clear that he would not have been agitating for sovereign state of Biafra if Nigeria was created by a Yoruba, Igbo or Hausa man.

“Nigeria was not constructed by a Yoruba man, if it were I would have accepted it, Nigeria was not created by a Fulani man if that was the case who knows I might have accepted that, Nigeria was not created by an Hausa man either, Nigeria was created by a white man and named by a woman.

“Nobody came from these ethnic groups, they never got together to say our name should be Nigeria, a white man determined that. I can not get to England to say to the English people I want to rename Liverpool, I want to give it another name, I am sure they will think I am mentally I’ll or unstable and put me to jail.

“Now the problem is why should Nigerians or Africans accept the name Nigeria, which does not mean anything in Yoruba, Igbo or Hausa language,” he stated.





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