This Is The Epic Reply From An Eminent Biafran, Reno Omokri To Joe Igbokwe

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The Basket Mouth APC in Lagos State, Joe Efulefu Igbokwe, has come under heavy fire from Biafrans after he made a comment maligning and mocking the Leader of indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB. Afroinsider gathered that shortly after the Kangaroo Nigerian Court ordered the release of Kanu on bail, Joe Igbokwe had a chat with INDEPENDENT newspaper wherein he

Reno Omokri, A True Son Of Biafraland

was alleged to have said that Kanu should “go home and stop his hopeless agitation, Igbos are not interested in Biafra”. Igbokwe said this while reacting to the bail granted the IPOB leader said Igbo people are not interested in Biafra republic.

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Describing the agitators as collection of illiterates who are just wasting their time and energy, Igbokwe said the leaders of IPOB are only using the Biafra agitation to dupe gullible ones of their money.

” Now that he has been granted bail, he should just quietly go home and rest. We are not a candidate of Biafra. They are just dissipating their energy for nothing. I just hope he will just go home quietly and stop disturbing the peace of the country”.

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Joe Efulefu Igokwe

“We are not for Biafra. We can’t build Nigeria for others.The so-called Biafra is too small for us. Nigeria provides a big stage for us. We own this country. We are a major ethnic group in this country. How can you go for a small pond when you have Atlantic Ocean?”

“So Nnamdi Kanu should go home quietly. He should stop his reckless and stupid agitation. The agitation has no political or economic sense”.

Below is the reply of a true son of Biafraland to the Efulefu (Good for nothing), Joe Igokwe

Reno Omokri wrote:

 If Joe Igbokwe really thinks the Igbo are ‘not interested’ in Nnamdi Kanu’s agitation, let him go and say so in Onitsa Market and see if he survives. It is easy to stay in Lagos and say such nonsense, but I have a word of advise for Igbokwe: No matter how much a slave rejects his father’s name, his master will still not include his own name in his will. May God bless Nnamdi Kanu today, tomorrow and forever, in Jesus’ name!

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