Nnamdi Kanu: Igbo Group Drags South East Governors, Others To Shrine
An Igbo group known as Eziokwu Bu Ndu (Ofo n'Ogo) which is sympathetic to the Biafra course, said it has dragged the five South East governors and some other Igbo leaders to two popular shrines in the country over the plight of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu's predicament.
The other Igbo leaders said to have been dragged before Ogoni Zodere Shrine in Bidere Community in Rivers State and Okija Shrine in Anambra State, are Willy Obiano, former governor of Anambra State and Rochas Okoroacha former governor of Imo State.
A release by the chairman of the group, Iheukwumere Emele said all the "Afa" and "Ugiri" performed by some seers, pointed to the fact that the said Igbo leaders were responsible for Kanu's problems, since they had not made any move individually or collectively to effect the IPOB leader's release.
"The Afa and Ugiri performed by some seers in a community in Abia state, pointed to the fact that the so mentioned Igbo leaders are behind Kanu's problem; since they have not made any move for his release".
Emele made reference to the Igbo adage, "Onuru ube nwanne agbala Oso", saying as Igbo leaders, the past and serving governors ought to have made moves for the release of Kanu long before now.
"'Onuru ube nwanne agbala oso' is an Igbo adage that made it clear we should be our brother's keepers and it appears these Igbo leaders are not acting in line with that time tested adage in the case of Nnamdi Kanu"
Emele employed the gods of their ancestors to be Judges over the IPOB leader's case.