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IPOB vows to chase corrupt politicians’ children back to Nigeria from foreign schools

Leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has blamed the infrastructural decay and endemic corruption in Nigeria on the avarice of the politicians and warned that the children of such politicians schooling abroad would be chased back home by the diasporan Nigerians to enroll in schools which their parents failed to renovate and fund at home.

Kanu has also banned corrupt Nigerian politicians from traveling outside the shores of the country.

A statement signed by Kanu and released by the Spokesman of the IPOB, Comrade Emma Powerful added that Kanu proclaimed the ban during a live broadcast on Radio Biafra.

According to Powerful, Kanu also vowed that any day any corrupt Nigerian political office holder was sighted in any foreign country, such a person would be publicly disgraced and humiliated. 

The IPOB Leader also regretted that Nigerian politicians allow public infrastructure particularly schools to collapse in the country while funding their children’s education abroad with stolen public funds.

Kanu, the statement added, was highly aggrieved over the massacre of peaceful Nigerian youths protesting against police brutality and bad governance at Likki Toll Gate allegedly by the Army.

Said Kanu, “From today, October 25, 2020, if we get you abroad, we will disgrace you. Stay at home until you meet the 23 demands of the youths”, the statement added.

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