Release Gov. Ortom: Nnamdi Kanu Igboho “I Might Become a Freedom Fighter After Office”
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and Sunday Igboho, a Yoruba Nation agitator, have been called for release while in the US, according to Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom.
Because they are freedom fighters, Kanu and Igboho should be released, according to Ortom.
In Makurdi, the state capital, he said this to reporters on Monday.
The governor argued that both freedom fighters should be released because neither was a bandit.
Security personnel should cease bothering Kanu and Igboho, according to Ortom, because they are agitated.
He further admitted that after leaving government in 2023, he might join the ranks of Kanu and the Igboho as a liberation warrior.
They ought to quit bothering Kanu and the Igbo because they are fighting for freedom.
Nobody should bother me, Ortom said, if I decide to quit government tomorrow and fight for my people’s independence.