Coronavirus: Nnamdi Kanu reacts as Ogun indigenes protest over lockdown


The pioneer of the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu, has responded to a dissent by certain indigenes of Ogun State against the continuous COVID-19 lockdown.

TELOADED detailed yesterday that dissenters, dominant part of whom were dealers and craftsmans, walked to the royal residence of the Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo, saying they were ravenous and tired of the lockdown.

In his response on Friday, Kanu said the heartless scheme administering Nigeria has kept on disregarding, what he called, the rising craving/hardships, despite the fact that the COVID-19 lockdown is important.

As indicated by Kanu, in an announcement on his checked Twitter handle, the dissent by the individuals of Ogun State means that there is across the nation apprehension against, what he portrayed as an association that has outlasted its convenience.

His words: “As fundamental as the #COVIDLockdown seems to be, the INSENSITIVE Cabal administering Nigeria keeps on overlooking the rising appetite/hardships. The majority of Ogun State rioting is characteristic of an across the nation tension against an association that has outlasted its value.”