in

Kemi Olunloyo Claims ‘Nnamdi Kanu Is Dead’, Dares IPOB To Show Him In Live Video

Kemi Olunloyo suggests that Nnamdi Kanu is dead.

Controversial Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has reported about the possibility of the death of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Kemi Olunloyo Claims 'Nnamdi Kanu Is Dead', Dares IPOB To Show Him In Live Video 1

Olunloyo, who wrote on her Twitter page on Tuesday evening, suggested that Kanu has died and already being impersonated by a body double as Nnamdi of Sudan.

The journalist said tomorrow (Wednesday), she would unveil secrets behind the rumours surrounding the death of the IPOB leader.

“Tomorrow I will tell you if IPOB Terror leader Nnamdi Kanu is DEAD in Italy and cremated or being impersonated by a Double Nnamdi of Sudan. I’m the only credible Journalist for this,” she wrote.

In another Twitter post, Olunloyo called on IPOB to refute the claims by getting their leader, Kanu, to do a live video.

“Reports that Nnamdi Kanu has died. This is one strong news I cannot authenticate. Kanu or IPOB will have to debunk this. I hope he’s fine. Good luck to everyone,” she tweeted.

Although IPOB is yet to make an official statement on the matter, however, on Kanu’s Twitter page, a few hours after her claims, a message was sent off from the IPOB leader’s account announcing his usual broadcast to be aired on Wednesday.

“Aso Rock has collapsed, its loot & burn cabal in disarray. Hungry masses waiting to extract long-overdue justice. Join my emergency broadcast via my FB page http://facebook.com/MaziNnamdiKanu …#RadioBiafra FB, FM, App, satellite & online,” Kanu tweeted.

This is coming amid 2017 controversy when Nnamdi Kanu told his followers that the real President Muhammadu Buhari that was elected in 2015, had died during one of his medical trips to London.

Kanu said the current Nigerian President had been replaced with one Jubril Aminu Al-Sudani from Sudan who was trained by Buhari’s handlers to take his place and act like him.

READ ALSO
ASUU Accuses Nigerian Government Of Frustrating Efforts And Negotiation To End Strike

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

"59 In Lagos, 29 In Abuja" - Nigeria Confirms 117 Cases Of Coronavirus As Total Rises To 782 27

“59 In Lagos, 29 In Abuja” – Nigeria Confirms 117 Cases Of Coronavirus As Total Rises To 782

Lebanese National Allegedly Puts Up A Nigerian Woman For Sale At $1000 On Facebook [Photos] 28

Lebanese National Allegedly Puts Up A Nigerian Woman For Sale At $1000 On Facebook [Photos]