Leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has lashed out on those criticising Rivers’ State Governor Nyesom Wike for demolishing hotels of those who defied the governor’s order on containing Coronavirus.
In a statement released by IPOB Media and Publicity, Emma Powerful on Tuesday, Kanu described Wike's critics as hypocrites.
According to him, some of the critics didn’t speak when Kaduna State Governor, then Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Mallam Nasiru El-Rufai did even worse.
“When El-Rufai the midget was busy terrorising and pauperising thousands of Biafran businessmen by demolishing their hotels, bars, restaurants and homes in Abuja, some of the raging hypocritical voices of righteous indignation we are hearing today were never heard.
“They never uttered a word, nor made a sound because they were and still are afraid of the murderous tendencies of their masters who are still demolishing legitimate Igbo businesses in Abuja”, Kanu fumed.
He said that when in fact El-Rufai went on to become the governor of Kaduna State from where he openly admitted to paying terrorists that decimated the non-Fulani populations of Southern Kaduna, nobody reacted.
“Today he is being touted as the next president of Nigeria by the same people condemning Gov. Nyesom Wike”, he said.