The pioneer of the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has given ‘verification’ on his cases that the presidential competitor of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, is from Cameroon.
In a radio communicate from the United Kingdom on Sunday, Kanu demanded that previous Vice-president Atiku was initially from Cameroon yet a result of 1961 submission.
As per him, “Let me make it extremely certain that my reference to Atiku being brought into the world a Camerounian has nothing to do with his appropriateness to challenge the workplace of the administration of Nigeria since that is the matter of Nigerians, I am a Biafran.
was simply referencing the 1961 choice that brought his piece of Adamawa into Nigeria as a substantial model that choice isn’t an outsider idea in Nigeria.
“Before we continue any further this evening, I need those of you with Internet access to please go to Google and scan for 1961 Referendum Nigeria.
“Coming up next are the outcomes you will get:
1961 British Cameroons submission – Wikipedia
A submission was held in British Cameroons on 11 February 1961 to decide if the region should join neighboring Cameroon or Nigeria. The choice …
A choice on winding up some portion of Nigeria was held in Northern Cameroons in November 1959 … casting a ballot to delay the choice. A second submission was held in1961, with 60% casting a ballot to join Nigeria and 40% casting a ballot to join Cameroon.
“When was Atiku conceived? 1946 (Please return to Google and look for “Where is the origin of Atiku Abubakar?” You will think of Jada
“Where was he conceived? Adamawa Northern Cameroun
“At the season of his introduction to the world was which nationality would he say he was? English Cameroun
“When did Atiku turn into a Nigerian? 1961 after the choice that permitted his piece of Adamawa to end up some portion of Nigeria.
“What did the constitution of Nigeria state about qualification to keep running for the workplace of the president? You should be brought into the world a Nigerian.
“Honestly, was Atiku brought into the world a Nigerian? No. He turned into a Nigerian by excellence of a submission in 1961.
“Nigeria is that extraordinary Zoo where no one complies with the law or what the constitution says. Myself, Dasuki, El Zakzaky, Onnoghen, and numerous others are casualties of a savage nation and her negligence for the standard of law.”