The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has berated Second Republic lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed for insulting its leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
It was reported that Junaid had berated Nnamdi Kanu for giving conditions to return to Nigeria.
The pro-Biafra activists had expressed readiness to return to Nigeria to continue his trial at the Abuja Federal High Court
The IPOB leader stated that he would return to the country if only his safety is guaranteed.
Speaking with Independent, Mohammed urged the Federal Government to ignore conditions given by Kanu.
He stated that Nnamdi Kanu committed a criminal offence by jumping bail and leaving the country.
According to him, the IPOB leader had no right to give the federal government any condition for his return to Nigeria.
Reacting in a statement by its spokesperson, Emma Powerful, IPOB said Mohammed and a prominent Northern elder, Ango Abdullahi have nothing to offer apart from allegedly threatening people and promoting “Fulani cattle hegemony”.
The pro-Biafra group said the recent\diplomatic advances recorded by Kanur have taken northern leaders by surprise.
Junaid Muhammad is roundly uninformed and clueless about the facts and reasons behind the resurgent IPOB led agitation for Biafra because they are products of a failed British experiment and in their own right the architects of the reign of Fulani feudal mediocrity in Nigeria.
“Our leader never asked anybody to campaign for his return to bury his mother, why these busy-bodies would be poking their noses into a matter that does not concern him is beyond understanding.
“At the mere mention of the name Nnamdi Kanu the entire Fulani caliphate and their supporters go into a convulsion. At least there is now an open acknowledgement within political circles in the north that Nnamdi Kanu will succeed in not only freeing Biafra but will break Nigeria into pieces.
Biafra is coming and there is nothing the core Arewa North can do about it. It’s important Junaid Muhammad and co know that our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is yet to make his intentions public regarding his proposed visit to Biafraland.
“If and when that happens, they should be rest assured that no permission would be sought from the Aso Rock Fulani cabal that rule Nigeria or anybody else for that matter. Our leader cannot ask a fraudulent Sudanese for permission to visit the land of his forefathers. Had he been planning to visit Khartoum then the need may arise but not on this occasion.