BIAFRA NEWS – A lawyer to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has reacted to the statement credited to a former governor of Abia state Orji Uzor-Kalu on the whereabouts of his client.
Ejiofor in a statement described the former governor as “a drowning man looking for where to perch.
He also said Uzor-Kalu is desperately searching for temporary freedom.
Accusing the former governor of effort that he could end Kanu’s agitation, Ejiofor asked the former governor to make it clearly know if he was in the company of the soldiers during the invasion of his client’s residence.
Ejiofor said: “Orji Uzor-Kalu is a drowning man, looking for where to perch.
He has since outlived his usefulness in Igbo Land. What do you expect from a Man who is enjoying a temporary freedom?.
Struggling to get his head out of grievous corruption charge hanging on his neck. It’s not unlikely that he may spend the rest of his life in prison, sooner than expected.
He saw Nnamdi Kanu’s travail as opportunity to seek relevance from the prosecuting authority.
Now, he has turned into government/military spokesperson. Please ask that confuse Man, if he was in the company of the rampaging soldiers at the time of their murderous invasion of my client’s home?
He is seeking for possible relevance where none exist, opportunity to divert attention. May be he has forgotten he is no longer the governor of Abia state. I advise the discerning mind to kindly disregard his tantrums as that coming from a drowning man.
The military should produce my client wherever they kept him. The matter is now in court, let’s meet in court.
Orji Uzor-Kalu, can as well be apply to be joined as a party in the suit. Let his position be on oath,” Kanu’s lawyer concluded.
The former governor in a recent interview with Punch claims that Nnamdi Kanu escaped to London through Malaysia.