Nnamdi Kanu, Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has send strong words to Femi Fani-Kayode on the problem with the South Nigeria.
MNK to FFK-
“Lack of coordination, tact and discipline is the problem with the south and unless these are addressed, these savages from the Sahel will overrun all of us. As a collective, we have been messing around now for decades. Unless my repeated warnings are heeded and heeded now, we are all doomed”.
Fani-Kayode replied the IPOB’s leader with the wordings below:
FFK to MNK-
“My greatest fear is that the South will eventually end up suffering what the Bosnians suffered at the hands of the Serbs during the first two years of the Yugoslavian civil war.
They were massacred like flies because they refused to see the handwriting on the wall. The other side is fully prepared but we are still having debates.
The key to our collective liberation is a strong, courageous and united south who have the discipline and presence of mind to form an alliance with the Middle Belt.
With that we can stand firm and strong and effect our collective purpose and will. Without it we shall fall like a pack of cards and remain slaves forever”.