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Wednesday, June 30, 2021

IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu Was Allegedly Lured With Cash ‘Donation’ And Arrested

Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), was lured to a location in an African country with a promise of cash donation in millions of dollars.....






The IPOB leader, who was facing charges bordering on treasonable felony following his campaign for the secession of Republic of Biafra, had jumped bail in 2017 after a military action, code-named “Operation Python Dance”, targeted his family house in Abia state.


Security sources informed TheCable that the operation to re-arrest and put him back on trial had been “ongoing for a while” until success was recorded on Sunday, June 27,2021.


“He was not arrested in the UK or Brazil or Czech Republic. He was not crated either, contrary to speculations,” the source said.


The Nigerian government has not named the country where Kanu was arrested, with Abubakar Malami, the attorney-general of the federation, just saying he was “intercepted” and extradited to Nigeria.

However, THEWILL, an online newspaper, reported that the “interception” took place in Ethiopia, where it said Kanu had been living for a while.

THISDAY specifically named Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, as the location.

TheCable learnt that Kanu was tracked through some members of IPOB who were recently arrested following a massive military operation in the south-east.


The security agencies worked through the links to give the IPOB leader the impression that he was going to be given some “millions of dollars” in cash donations to the organisation.

He was said to have decided to collect the money himself “because of the huge amount involved”.

Kanu even kept his associates in the dark about his mission, according to the security sources who said the top hierarchy did not know his whereabouts on the day he was arrested.

He had been having a crisis of confidence with some of his lieutenants over financial matters.

On arriving at the location where he was to collect the ‘donation’, he was arrested by that country’s security agencies and Interpol, and deported to Nigeria, the source said.

This has brought an end to the long-running episode since he left Nigeria while on bail.

His trial is expected to resume on July 26.
from TheCable.ng


72 comments:

  1. LMAO!!!!!! This goes to show that they are all the same. They are all fighting for their pocket and not the masses.

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    1. Lmao. This is some Netflix material. At the end of the day... everyone has price tag. Underneath aluta, na greed dey there. A true activist would not be trying to hide do donations

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    2. I feel really sorry for him. Treason attracts death penalty

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    3. Honestly, greedy lot, lack of trust, is there no one he could trust to collect it for him? Did he confirm the source of the fund very well.

      Three things kills a man, if he can avoid them, he is save all through his life
      1. Money - especially the love of it.
      2. Women
      3. Pride.
      God continue to help your children.

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    4. My own question is this Fendi, is it authentic or biafra made?

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    5. Hahahahahhahaha.
      You are not serious.

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    6. With all the money he’s collected it’s definitely authentic Fendi.

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    7. And you all believe this story? πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ˜†

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    8. The biggest news in Nigeria today is that Nnamdi Kanu was arrested.

      The biggest news in Ghana today is that @Toyota has opened a plant there to build cars and sell in Nigeria.

      Ghana is arresting poverty, while Nigeria is arresting people! Why wont Ghana progress?

      Nigeria banned Twitter, and Ghana welcomed Twitter. Nigeria banned Cryptocurrencies, while Ghana is banking on its own cryptocurrency.

      You can now see that it is not size that makes a country the Giant of Africa. The elephant is the giant of the jungle, but it is the lion that is the king of the jungle. Never be intimidated by a person’s size. If giant size is not accompanied by giant intellect, it will end up as a giant liability! #Copied# #RenoOmokri#

      Meanwhile believe that story up there and believe anything. Even a little child who is in hiding, will be very careful and cannot go to anybody who promises him money.

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    9. Why does Reno claim that he wasn't captured?
      Anon 16:16 so u think they want to kill him? I'm sure they don't want to imagine the aftermath

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    10. I wrote about how smaller African countries are conquering multinational deals while we are celebrating Kanu's arrest. You did not post it. Truth still remains that Nigeria is too frivolous and truth is constant! No matter how we hide it. It's a fact we have lost it. Ghana will soon be the next African Giant! Nigeria should continue killing cow and party for Kanu's arrest.

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  2. Buhahaha in igbo parlance..He's a conman too? Y'all brainwashed beings without brains got played..Smh! Offending and looking frail plus old in his cheap Fendi attire..What happened to the dot nation attire?

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    1. E be like small pussy under rain.
      You wont believe hes the loud mouthed man behind his computer, coward.

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  3. I have learnt one thing;
    when the Nigerian government tells me "good morning"
    I will go back to sleep.
    When they tell me "good night" I will wake up take my bath
    and head out.
    Not after the ping pong-like trading of accusation and counter
    accusation following the Lekii toll gate massacre.
    Do I trust Kanu? Not at all. But I have more trust in being with
    a lion in same cadge than the Nigerian government.🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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    1. They built a cage for three and two spots are already taken, Sheikh El Zakkay(Lion of Zaria) and Mazi Kanu(Lion of Biafra). Feel free to come occupy the only spot left in the cage(Lion of SDK)

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    2. Dear Anon 15:42 i don't know who you are but you just earned my respect for being cerebral. #Respect.

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    3. @15:57
      A government that build cadges for her citizens is a zoo keeping government
      and wild animals are all the see. Shame.

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    4. Anon 15:42..... u get better sense.... believe the fabu of the FG at your own risk

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  4. It has and it will always be about money for these crooks! May the souls of Esther Akpan, Justice Stanley Nnaji, Olaoluwa Adedeji, Okiemute Mrere and many other innocent souls who were murdered in cold blood rest in perfect peace.

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    1. Kanu knows he is a wanted man and that they can apply any means to get him. This is more of British govt luring him out with the promise of helping him negotiate with Nigeria, then once he agreed and left Britain, they handed him over to Nigerian govt. How did they get his number, how did they talk to him about the money and how did he board the plane to Wherever they claim they caught him? Don't you think he was flown in a govt or arranged flight by authorities? Kanu can't just see anybody who promised him money and fly out to go and collect. I know it is Lai Mohammed that cooked up those lies up there!

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    2. Anon 22:43- your parents didn't waste a dime in training you.

      Your common sense is topnotch.

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  5. If you believe this story, it shows you can believe any nonsense.

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  6. I ain't of a fan of this dude but I'd there's anything I've learnt especially from this government is that they are experts at twisting the narrative (truth ( via the media to suit them and manipulate the receivers.

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  7. Exactly how they catch rats, by dropping breadcrumbs for it to follow, now hes back to the "Zoo" and chained like an animal with no freedom.
    A wise jamaican puffs his weed a said to me, "The only real prison is fear, and the only real freedom is freedom from fear"... he was righhhhhtttt.
    Nnamdi had real freedom, but traded it for a mirage, only greed will blind man to this fate.

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  8. Last last he fell for the bait because of Greed! And some blood thirsty demons still regard him as their leader. Nothing justifies the killings, burnings & total unrest in the East. Nothing at all!

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  9. I read it too. It's his followers I pity. Guyman is living large on your broke asses. See Fendi ambassador now....LMAO. But God catch am. Set awon criminals

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  10. I am just wondering what would be running through this guys mind now. Chei!

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    1. Plenty regrets!!!

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    2. He cant even think straight, sweating in a cage, from UK to Nigerian prison, do you know what that means??

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  11. It has always been about the money, they never cared about the people they claim to be leading.

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  12. Oshey baddest! U want to collect millions of dollars and chop alone...They are all the same...

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    1. See how little your brains are? So a man in hiding just got an offer of money and fiam he entered plane to collect? No wonder Lai Mohammed has been using you guy's brains.

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  13. I dont like MNK and his views sometimes. But you see this narrative by the Nigerian government and their paid media stooges is just smear campaign and calumny. Believe this government and their shenanigans at your own peril.Until Sheikh Gumi is paraded and asked some serious questions, then i can sit down and take the government of Nigeria serious. For now, lets continue with the awada kerikeri.

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    1. Mark Morgan,respect your old age joor..

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    2. @eloquent_iam.you just nor get sense..Buhari house boy

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    3. Your common sense is intact @Mark Morgan. You didn't waste your tuition fees.

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  14. how are we sure this is a true story? they are so quick to arrest kanu, how many bandits/kidnappers have been arrested? even when they have a PRO by the name sheik Gumi who we all know has been interacting with them? well if he is truly quilty of killings and played into their hands then he needs to bear his cross. we shall all be responsible for all our actions in this life...

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    1. How many Niger Delta militants were arrested back in they day? People fighting in the creeks and forests are hard to arrest. It’s easier to arrest someone cowardly living Hushpuppi life in the capital of a western country. The ones fighting in the bush and creeks get killed, they don’t get arrested

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    2. Anon 16:38, his clothes na em pain you pass. Those are from his admirers who like him. Dude has a huge fan base who are not changing anytime soon, no matter how Nigerian govt tries to twist the story to make people hate him.

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  15. Umaru Dikko part 2

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    1. They harder they come, the harder they fall.

      They all have a price tag.

      Do you know how they catch monkeys in Brazil. They place nuts in bottles. The monkeys push their paws through the mouth of the bottles and grab the nuts. Removing their paws from the bottle becomes a problem, they could spend hours trying to remove their paws. They only way they can remove their paws is to drop the nuts, but greed will never allow them drop the nuts. James H. Chase. Kanu is a greedy monkey who fed on the money contributed by his brothers both home and abroad. He lived the good life, flying chartered flights. This guy paid 300 million to an American company to help him lobby for the creation of Biafra. Igbo diaspora donated millions of dollars to destabilise the South East

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    2. Umaru Dikko, was arrested and put in a cage.
      I don't think they had Kanu in a cage.
      I remember the Dikko saga, caused a big rift between Nigeria and Britain back then.

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    3. Alexander and Eloquent you guys have little and simple brains the reason you have Buhari and Lai Mohammed ruling you. You believe that a man who has been in hiding, knowing that he is a wanted man will just hear money piam, he will enter plain to get money? His location is so coded that he uses radio app. How did they get a hold of him to talk to him about money? This is British govt ground work.

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    4. Alexander you fall my hand. E be like say you waste your tuition fees small. Wise up bro.

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  16. My conclusion is that Kanu is not an authentic leader as per the qualities of authentic leadership. An authentic leader ought not and shouldn't have been caught as he was easily and disgracefully caught. He was being recklessly incautious and foolishly naive. Didn't he have his own intelligence network that he could consult to know what was awaiting him in the South American country? How could he walk into a landmine without conducting intelligence surveillance? He is nothing but a short sighted and unintelligent leader.. I don't have any sympathy for him because he brought this on himself. God kept you away from your enemies far out in the United Kingdom but used your two legs to walk into the hands of your enemies.
    Don't weep for Nnamidi Kanu. Na greed finish am. A man who values money more than the interest of his people is not worth the noble follower-ship of his people. The interest of your people is more than you.

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    1. @iyke you have said it all.

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    2. πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹πŸ‘Œ

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    3. And you are so sure the reason behind his arrest is πŸ’―?

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    4. Iyke those reasons you gave are the reasons you shouldn't believe that story up there! Britain lured him out and handed him to Nigeria!

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  17. Greed!!! He wanted to divert the funds that is why he had to personally go to collect the donation. What a dunce!! You should have sent someone but of course, all of una no trust unaselves. At the end of the day If and when you achieve this Biafra, you guys will fight dirty amongst yourselves.

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  19. Only a fool would not discern that this is Government type of narrative!!!

    Nigerians should have noticed that they have employed and dominated the news and social media recently.....

    Naija youths were discouraged and silenced, but the government took up their tools to use against the citizens...

    Wake Up People!!!

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  20. Hmmm... everyone has a price indeed.

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  21. He is just a greedy coward.

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  22. You believe this then you can believe anything. I have read like three versions of his arrest already.

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  23. Hmmm,I see.

    Keep changing the narrative to suit you Buhari and co

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  24. The government has really taken the Nigerians to be gullible. Well, some really are!!!

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    1. Are you not gullible? You would rather believe a fake Fendi wearing miscreant.

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    2. Anon 18.18, what type do you wear?
      Bend down and pick abi.

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  25. Never to be caught unfresh! Dripping in Fendi. Loll....nothing wrong with sincere agitation for secession but the method must be reasonable. This guy went overboard.

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  26. Our people and money...

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  27. Why would he board a flight when he could have used cryptocurrency? Fine, the guy has been caught and will rightfully pay for the innocent lives he truncated due to his rhetoric but why the unintelligent stories?

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