The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu,has taken the struggle for an independent state of Biafra to Japan.
Kanu announced his arrival to the Republic of Japan on Saturday via his official Twitter handle, and this is coming a few days after the IPOB leader met with officials of United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland over the issue of Biafra.
Before the meeting with the UN,the IPOB leader had earlier held discussions with United Kingdom Parliament.
“Thanks to Elohim, I’ve arrived in Japan to maintain the diplomatic momentum of the most resolute activism to restore Biafra. IPOB will continue to appear openly in places Jubril/Buhari and his handlers were too terrified to thread,” he tweeted on Saturday.
The controversial activist then announced he would be addressing IPOB in Tokyo, Japan capital soon.
He made this known on his recognised Twitter handle on Sunday where he said: “I thank IPOB in Nagoya for hosting me last night. I will be addressing IPOB in Tokyo in the next hour and 30 minutes.
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