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The leader of the Anglican Communion in
Enugu state, Archbishop Emmanuel Chukwuma has warned the Indigenous People of
Biafra (IPOB) leader, Nnamdi Kanu to watch his
comments. Chukwuma also called on the IPOB
leader to seek the advice of Igbo elders on how
to go about his agenda.


The Anglican Bishop also criticised Kanu for
calling on Igbos to adopt Judaism. Chukwima
said “IPOB should know that if they want to get
the blessings of the elders and some of us,
they should be cautioned in the way they act.
Otherwise, if we back out from them, they will
lose relevance.

Since Kanu came out, has he come to see
me? But we fought and talked about him. All he
does is to be talking about Judaism. Where do
we have Judaism in the East? He shouldn’t be
a religious bastard. Has he come to see me?
“And many of us fought for him and he came
out. Look, Kanu is not an Igbo leader. So he
should cool down otherwise he will lose his
relevance. He is not an Igbo leader.
“He did not see the civil war, so I’m not happy
with him. I am bitter with Kanu because those
who fought for him and those who spoke out
on his behalf. He has not even visited some of
us. Rather he is talking rubbish somewhere
else.
“We don’t want anybody to put us into war. We
must come to discuss and he must be
cautioned to mind what he is saying
sometimes. Because as far as I am concerned
most of us are talking on his behalf but he has
not come. Rather he is going to profess
himself to be a Jew or whatever. Was it
Judaism that saved him?
“We prayed for him. We talked about him.
Many of us were given bad names but up till
now he hasn’t even come to pay homage and
for us to advise him.
“So whatever he is saying he is saying it on his
own. It is his followers and all these people
who are now listening to him, particularly even
some of the Igbo in the Diaspora that may be
sponsoring him. They should be careful and
stop disrupting our peace here and giving us a
bad name.
“These youths are becoming, somehow, very
much unscrupulous. Our youths are also not
controlling their own temper. And they are
people of today.
“We don’t throw away what the youths are
saying but we must caution them, because if
you hear what the people on Radio Biafra are
saying, they are insulting even the elders in the
East, which is not good.
“They should control their statements and they
should respect elders. I have said it before,
even among our people that we have to
respect ourselves.
“We must also have a political and economic
base before we can begin to take off. Put our
home in order and love ourselves; we should
shun arrogance and pomposity among our
people.
“The politicians must know that they also have
a duty to perform to serve their
constituencies.” The Presidency recently
described the call for a referendum by Nnamdi
Kanu, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB),
as a waste of time.

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