Chief Dr. Alex Ekwueme has assured Nnamdi Kanu of his fatherly support as he pledges to remain behind the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on Wednesday, May 10.
While speaking on Wednesday, when the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, paid him in his Enugu residence, former Nigerian vice president, Alex Ekwueme, expressed delight over the release of the IPOB leader.
The ex-president said that IPOB’s agitation was for equity and justice for all people of Nigeria, particularly the Igbo, and assured the IPOB leader that he would always give him the needed counsel in his Biafra agitation.
“I will make my best counsel available to him in his very onerous task of leading an organisation that is committed to bringing justice and equity among people, especially for our people,” Ekwueme said, adding that it was a pleasure to host Kanu after his release from detention.
“I thank God that you are free and able to move around,” he said.
In his remarks, Nnamdi Kanu told Ekwueme that he was at his residence to seek his wise counsel, saying that he had learnt one or two things from the former vice president that he never read in history text books in his life.
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