‘Buratai Has Fled To Niger Republic’ — Nnamdi Kanu

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Leader of the Indigeneous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, restated the Nigerian Army Chief of Staff General Tukur Buratai has fled to Niger Republic over fear of Boko Haram.

DAILY TIME TV, had reported how two personnel of the Nigerian army dismissed as false, reports claiming that Buratai, is on the front lines fighting Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists in northern Nigeria.

While reacting to a viral video that showed how Boko Haram terrorists ambushed and killed Nigerian soldiers in Northeast, Nnamdi Kanu said in a statement on Thursday;

“Come and hear #ZooNigeria Soldiers crying like little babies in soiled nappies because they encountered a group of bandits. These are the cowards that jumped my fence into my compound on 14 September 2017 shooting and killing unarmed civilians. Yoruba media hailed the murderers in army uniform as heroes of One Nigeria.

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“Look at the shame of an army they think can stop an armed IPOB when the time comes later this year. See how the COWARDS are crying and cursing Buratai. The only time you see Nigeria army boasting and displaying their might is when they are killing and raping unarmed civilians. In battle against armed opponents they are nothing, absolute rubbish.

“BURATAI has fled to Niger Republic as I told ignorant Zoo animals called Nigerians 3 weeks ago. The civilian killing coward is nowhere to be found. After stealing all the money meant for counter terrorism offensive, the eternally spendthrift Fulani have abandoned their soldiers to be killed by Boko Haram.

“Daddy Britain is fighting Coronavirus and cannot help their cry babies. Chad have sworn not to help them again. You can see how useless they are without foreign help. Like COVID-19, war against Fulani made terrorism by the same Fulani is a massive SCAM.”

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