How I would’ve Handled Nnamdi Kanu, Ahmadu Bello Grand son.

A grandson to late Premier of the Northern region Sir, Ahmadu Bello, Alhaji Hassan Danbaba, has regarded the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu as a “coward” for reportedly fleeing Nigeria to London.

Danbaba, who is the Magajin Gari Sokoto, addressed reporters on the occasion of Nigeria’s 57th Independence anniversary on Sunday.

He said, “I find it difficult to understand what Nnamdi Kalu wants, bearing in mind the outcome of the secession attempt that led us into civil war.”

Danbaba said the IPOB leader was a misguided element, who thought he could return home to cause trouble in Nigeria and run away.

Danbaba added, “Honestly, if I were President (Muhammadu) Buhari, he wouldn’t have the luxury of time he had in generating tension, caused untimely death of some before I descend on him.

“Where is the coward who was threatening that anyone, who comes to arrest him, will not leave Igbo land alive?”

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