Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has described the arrest and detention of Omoyele Sowore by the Department of State Services as “Fulani tyranny and primitive dictatorship.”
The IPOB leader says tyrrany will not win the war against the oppression of most Nigerians while adding that it will rather hasten the collapse of the country.
Sowore, a rights activist, was arrested on Saturday by the Nigerian secret police over plans to organise a nationwide protest.
In a tweet on Saturday, the IPOB leader said, “Fulani tyranny and primitive dictatorship will never win this war against the massed ranks of oppressed people in Nigeria. Suppressing the right to protest in a so-called democracy will only hasten the collapse of that zoo.
“#FreeSowore and allow the #RevolutionNow right to protest.”