Governor of Anambra State, Charles Soludo had on Monday announced an amnesty for IPOB and other Biafran militants in Anambra State.
Nnamdi Kanu's brother has reacted to the decision of Anambra Governor Charles Soludo to grant amnesty to members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Kingsley ‘Kanunta’ Kanu while reacting on Twitter, Tuesday, rejected the Amnesty offer.
Soludo had on Monday announced an amnesty for IPOB and other Biafran militants in Anambra State.
He made this known in a statement issued, shortly after a prayer session meant to end the controversial sit-at-home order originally imposed by IPOB.
Governor Soludo had said: “I have also offered amnesty to all our brothers in the various forests around us. Give us your guns and trust us to help you forge a meaningful living.”
Reacting, Kingsley rejected the amnesty as he said IPOB are not criminals to be given amnesty.
“IPOB led by #MaziNnamdiKanu formed #ESN to defend Biafraland against herdsmen terrorists. Upon the rendition of #MNK, IPOB called for Monday #SitAtHome, which it has ended. IPOB supports Gov Soludo’s efforts to end criminality in SE, but IPOB are no criminals to be given amnesty,” Kanunta wrote on his known Twitter handle.