There would be more unrest in Nigeria if Nnamdi Kanu dies in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS), according to Fr. Ejike Mbaka, spiritual director for Adoration Ministry Enugu, Nigeria
On Sunday, November 14, a Catholic priest called on the church to pray for the release of Nnamdi Kanu.
IPOB’s Monday sit-at-home exercise was also applauded by the president, who said the directive was becoming a problem rather than a solution.
When Mbaka praised IPOB, he claimed that, “The hero, Nnamdi Kanu, is showing his empathy for what the people of the Southeast are going through. He discovered that the Igbo people are suffering because of him. And he doesn’t want the pain to go on any longer. Because of this, no one should be prevented from going to work on any Monday.
There will be additional problems if he dies in that area, therefore we should pray for his (Kanu’s) release and try to get him out. In the event that he emerges, he’ll be seen as a hero.
To put it another way, we don’t want him to die because it’s not about Nnamdi Kanu; it’s about the people who are suffering. Nnamdi isn’t speaking for himself when he says he’s speaking for the Igbo people, not the government.
For the sake of our afflicted friends, we should do everything we can to ensure that everything goes well for him.
“Yes, a lot of people said they had seen me in Abuja a few days earlier.” For me, being with you is the only thing that matters. I’m not going to sit here and explain you why I’m in Abuja, but I will do whatever it takes to free my people. Nnamdi Kanu’s release isn’t going to happen just because he’s hanging around at home.
Even if the sit-at-home campaign may be done, the unfortunate people continue to suffer as a result of this decision. Most wealthy individuals do not conduct business in our country; as a result, we are hurting ourselves. We express our gratitude to IPOB’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu, and pray for his well-being.