Nnamdi Kanu vs Atiku: IPOB leader reveals how to prove ex-VP is from Cameroon


Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, on Monday revealed who can prove if Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, is from Cameroon.
Recall that the IPOB leader had during a live broadcast over the weekend, alleged that Abubakar was a Cameroonian and not a Nigerian.
However, reports claimed that the camp of the former Vice President challenged Kanu to provide evidence that the Waziri Adamawa was from Cameroon.
Reacting, Kanu said those doubting his claim should ask the Lamido of Adamawa, Aliyu Mustapha Lamido.
In a tweet, Kanu wrote: “It was the Referendum of 1961 that made Atiku a Nigerian, before that he was a Cameroonian. If in doubt ask HRH Aliyu Mustapha Lamido of Adamawa.
“This has proved the greatest historical argument yet for the Biafra Referendum.
“Now I understand why they were denied history lessons in schools and universities. The caliphate wanted to make them even dumber. Common history of Adamawa they don’t know. Yet they claim they are educated. Damnable Zoological Republic. #SitAtHome on 16 February and be counted.”

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