More Photos Of IPOB Members Flying Into Japan To Protest Against President Buhari

Igbere TV has obtained exclusive photos of members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) flying into Japan ahead of President Muhammadu Buhari’s arrival into the country.

We had reported that IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, gave an order for his members to attack the Nigerian leader who is participating in the 7th Tokyo International Conference on African Development.

Kanu in a letter obtained by Igbere TV, had written to his Imperial Majesty of the most esteemed and revered Throne of Chrysanthemum, Emperor Naruhito of Japan, informing him of the plan.

He said the IPOB will not only disgrace but arrest President Muhammadu Buhari who allegedly died long ago in January 2017 and buried in Saudi Arabia.

According to him, IPOB planned campaign of public arrest of the “impostor” in Tokyo is directed at Jubril Al-Sudani “the fake President of Nigeria”, not Buhari who he said died long ago in January 2017 and buried in Saudi Arabia.

“The Japanese authorities we know are best placed to unravel and confirm the true identity of Jubril”, Kanu stated.

Members of the IPOB are seen flying into Japan from different part of Asian countries, ahead of Buhari’s arrival, in exclusive photos obtained by Igbere TV on Monday.



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