While Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB members continue their fight for Biafra, musician Speed Darlington has stated that he does not want to be a part of a country dominated by Igbos.
The musician claimed it during an Instagram conversation with a user who warned him against criticizing Nnamdi Kanu.
Remember how Speed Darlington bristled at IPOB members’ repeated sit-at-home orders a few days ago? He believes the policy has harmed people in the Southeast, who are forced to close their businesses on the day the instruction is released.
Speed Darlington, in response to an IG user who warned him not to criticize Kanu, said that Nigeria’s diversity is what makes it exciting and that he doesn’t want a country where only one or two languages are spoken.
See their exchange below;
Earlier, Speed Darlington, a singer criticized the sit-at-home order of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB.
The secessionist organization had ordered inhabitants of the South east to stay at home on Thursday, October 21, because the group’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu, was to be prosecuted before a Federal High Court in Abuja. The sit-at-home order was obeyed in all states in the region.
Speed Darlington, in response to this event, said it was a bad move because Nigeria’s economy is already in tatters.
”Nigeria’s economy is bad. When you do sit-at-home it makes the economy even worse. Monday, sit-at-home.Today Sit-At-Home. In two days it would be a Sunday…another shop closing making it three times within seven days. one dollar eequals N530.
We say the economy is bad. Imagine when we are busy sitting at home. How are we going to make money? When people come out they get shot at, people get their hands cut off, cars get burnt. Insecurity has ruined Eastern region. Economy is in shambles. ”