Yerima Shettima, National President, Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) has said the long arm of the law will soon catch up with Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) over the inciting statements he is making against Nigeria outside the country.
Speaking in an interview with Daily Independent, Shetimma said inflammatory statements by Kanu led to the destructions of public and private assets that trailed the #EndSARS protests in Lagos, Abuja, Rivers and other parts of the country.
He further challenged Kanu to be bold enough and return to the country to lead the war if indeed he is serious about the realisation of Biafra Republic.
He said “Nnamdi Kanu is a nonentity who thinks because he is outside the country; he can be making inciting statements. He is just a rabble rouser and a talkative that doesn’t deserve any importance and mention. If he is bold enough, he should return to the country and make noise”.
“ In fact, he is one of the evil people who messed up the #EndSARS protest. He will be remembered for this and no matter how far he thinks he has gone, the long arms of the law will soon catch up with him”.
“Nemesis of those who died as a result of the evil he has perpetrated and the law of karma will soon catch up with him. He will never go unpunished. It is just a matter of days”.
Speaking further, Shetimma said it is unfortunate that Amnesty International and the Western world has continued to harbour Kanu and refused to speak out against the atrocities being committed against Nigeria by the IPOB leader .
“It is just unfortunate that despite all the evil he is committing, Amnesty International doesn’t see anything wrong about it. The United Nation and the Western World have not seen anything wrong about it also”.
“Would they have allowed him if he was inciting people of their country? Yet, he is there in their country perpetrating this evil against a sovereign nation like Nigeria and they are busy talking about another issue entirely rather than looking at the source of that trouble. It is very unfortunate” he said.