Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, (IPOB), has finally agreed to drop the agitation for Biafran sovereignty on one condition.
The IPOB leader made the promise in a live interview with a journalist and publisher, Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu.
Kanu simply said that if President Muhammadu Buhari whom he insisted was cloned could fluently address 20 random Nigerian youths in Fulfude, the native language of the real Buhari, he would then apologize, give up Biafra agitation and surrender himself for prosecution.
The secessionist helmsman added that he would no longer talk about Biafra if the President could engage some young Nigerians in a live interactive session, fielding questions from them and giving satisfactory answers instead of addressing a nation of over 200 million people in 12 minutes pre-recorded video.
Kanu claimed he was convinced that Nigerians were being deceived on the truth over the whereabouts of their President, a claim the federal government has, however, severely dismissed as concocted and untenable.