The Nigeria comedian Seyi Law, who has just aired his view on the newly inaugurated Biafra secret service, he condemned the act stating that it was a threat to the peace and security of Country.

He also criticized the acting president, professor Yemi Osibanjo for his silence on the current situation regarding the agitation of the IPOB, making it known that allowing them set up a security team is very dangerous as such cases led to the birth of Boko Haram, ISIS and other terror group who grew from nothing to something. Which will also lead to killing.

He as well questioned the government on when the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Maxi Nnamdi Kanu will be rearrested.

HE  HE ALSO SAID BEFORE NIGERIA BECOMES VUlNERABLE. 

“Have you heard that BIAFRA now has a SECRET SERVICE? When will the Government rearrest Nnamdi Kanu or have a plebiscite? Is Osinbajo trying to be politically correct or just following the silence is golden rubbish? There are certain things you don’t condone and this is one of them.
The build up of Al Qaelda, ISIS, Boko Haram etc all started like this. From formation to subtle killings and then, massive bombing and we will beginning to look for a needle in the forest. Is high time Government should put an end to this.

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The IGBOs in the NORTH will not come out to jointly condemn Nnamdi’s act now, but once the North start issuing threats which is not right by the way, they will break the code of SILENCE. If you don’t support this, speak now and not later.Walls and borders have created disunity amongst us. Natural resources has become the bane of our agony. I hope we will not fold our arms and watch this Nation plunge into an unnecessary war. Anyway, before you crucify me, remember and know that my wife is Igbo and I have a daughter who is Yoru-Igbo. A secret is like a wall, it can protect but it can isolate. Please we have to do something before Nigeria becomes vulnerable. We are Nigerias and we are one.

 

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