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“When will the government rearrest Nnamdi Kanu or have a referendum?” – Seyi Law

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When will the government rearrest Nnamdi Kanu - Seyi Law - BellaNaijaComedian Seyi Law has spoken out on the recent inauguration of the Biafra Secret Service (BSS) by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader Nnamdi Kanu.

He has called on the Federal Government to order the rearrest of Nnamdi Kanu or call for a referendum.

He said the under the cloak of a secret service was the way other known terrorist organisations began, including ISIS and Boko Haram.

Seyi Law shared a photo of the Biafra Secret Service members on his Instagram, with the caption:

Have you heard that BIAFRA now has a SECRET SERVICE? When will the Government rearrest Nnamdi Kanu or have a referendum? 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 it. 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.

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.

SILENCE on this means APPROVAL.

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Have you heard that BIAFRA now has a SECRET SERVICE? When will the Government rearrest Nnamdi Kanu or have a referendum? 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 it. 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. 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. SILENCE on this means APPROVAL.

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21 Comments

  1. shaday

    August 18, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    This was how Boko haram started…

  2. ogeAdiro

    August 18, 2017 at 2:13 pm

    “Natural resources has become the bane of our agony.” How? Naija people and big grammar.

    • Nne Umu Boys!

      August 18, 2017 at 2:40 pm

      How? are you a Nigerian? do you know Niger Delta?

  3. NG

    August 18, 2017 at 2:45 pm

    And what are the fundamental issues that gave rise to an Nnamdi Kanu and where have you been on those issues before now?

    You think Igbos that have invested all over Nigeria more than any other group will choose war as an option? No. There is a ‘but’ however, based on what i have seen and heard; that a number of people are so ANGRY at the silence of the rest of Nigeria on our common cries up till this APC government , cries that gave us phrases like ‘sovereign conference’ ‘national confab’ etc.

    For a seeming mess of pottage, people are ready to sell Nigeria short on our dreams of structured efforts for national development. Dreams that we have been trying to actualise, even under the last administration although mischief makes will deny this and ask where the agitators were then. My answer- they were kept hopeful under Jonathan and previous regimes by attempts like the National Confab, as flawed as many now claim it was.

    Now tell me what hope there is under this government on this dream? NONE. Hence the resort to strong agitation. Meaning that the solution is that we get back to talking on how to restructure this country for the good of all. This time, it must be more sincere attempts please and you will see that Nnamdi Kanu is not the problem of the Igbo man that will like to protect his investments all over Nigeria rather than fight a war.

    But, no one knows how far people can go, when they are or truly feel HOPELESS.

  4. JOSEPHISM

    August 18, 2017 at 3:08 pm

    We will hardly learn from our past. We seem to take things of grave consequences like this for granted till they become natural disasters. Call for referendum now the government of the day is “prouding” and will not hear till matter get out of hands now we begin to call God…. We need to talk and rub minds together on the issues bothering on the peaceful coexistence of this Nation but the government of the day is paying deaf ears to the daily gray lines. I need not remind you that I am neither for Nigeria nor Biafra. I am for Niger Delta or decentralization of Power.

  5. Dee

    August 18, 2017 at 3:19 pm

    I think this Nnamdi Kanu is not well true true.

    P.S – A bu m onye Igbo, and I endorse Seyi’s statement.

  6. Miss Anoni Moss

    August 18, 2017 at 3:38 pm

    When is the President coming back to Nigeria?!?

  7. Agu

    August 18, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Arrest this man and put him in jail for Good. He is a total fraud. Federal Government made a mistake arresting him in the first place and then release him. The should arrest this guy now before it’s too late.

  8. Chu

    August 18, 2017 at 4:36 pm

    My thoughts exactly, but it seems the govt can’t do anything since he was granted bail. Its up to the govt to prove that he has flaunted his bail conditions so he can be put back in prison. My fear is that if he is jailed or killed a worse army of Biafran faithfuls might rise up.

  9. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN

    August 18, 2017 at 4:40 pm

    Kanu You’re playing with fire. Fire will burn you and all your supporters. This is a criminal act called Sedition. An act which is purnishable by either live in prison or by death. Just to make sure you’ll understand what you’re wishing on yourselves.. I don’t think any of you morons were alive when the first Nigeria civil war took place? Well, anyone among you that’s lucky enough to have a relative alive, who witnessed the Biafra war should ask them exactly what transpired ( What they experienced ) during that war ( Biafra war ) . Late Biafran leader Odumegu Ojukwu ran away at the end leaving all his supporters to die and suffer. That’s why some of his supporters resented him when he returned back to Nigeria many years after the war. To you Kanu numerous supporters. I want you to learn from Late Ojukwu behaviour. Your current leader Kanu may be planning to do the same. You better watch out. Since you idiots have no place to run to. Kanu your leader is a British Citizen. He can afford to run to England when the tough get going. Where are you going to run to. A word is enough for the wise. I ‘ m just saying.

  10. Tayo

    August 18, 2017 at 5:09 pm

    People are speaking out, I watched a couple of videos on YouTube and read articles of Igbos condemning Nnamdi Kanu and his rubbish, problem is the information isn’t getting to the average youth in the east. Bella put Cythia Amadi’s video, I was laughing.

    • Tayo

      August 18, 2017 at 5:11 pm

      Oh also Precious Nwabugo’s Biafra Today episode, more educative.

  11. Bowl

    August 18, 2017 at 5:19 pm

    And who are you seyi law?
    And to all you Igbos , pls don’t come someday and eat your words. It appears you are all living behind time.
    Nnamdi may be reasoning from his anus for all I care but somebody urgently,and radically needs to address the injustice called Nigeria.
    In the event of a successful silencing of this agitation, a little time is all it will take to rise to uncontrollable proportions again. This country has gotten to the point of no return.
    One of this three things will save it : a radical revolution ,restructuring or the different regions going their separate ways.
    Indeed that day is quickly ripening when the ruling and stealing class will answer to a very angry populace.
    And please seyi law check the sponsor of these sentiments in your heart. You can bear me witness you are speaking for yourself and your tribe.

  12. nene

    August 18, 2017 at 5:37 pm

    rearrest him for what exactly? have there been violent attacks led by him? people should be free to speak their mind against a government/authority that they feel is unfair to them.

  13. Smh Smh

    August 18, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    BN doh. .I see you never for once published the indiscriminate killings and brutalisation of unarmed IPOB members but will be quick to post kanus activities that will make people say derogatory things against him and igbos…seyi law on what grounds are they arresting kanu?have you ever seen kanu or any IPOB member with arms? The so called BSS re they armed? When the oba threatened to throw igbos into the lagoon of they voted for pdp in lagos did you call for his arrest?have you called for the arrest of shettima, Prof ango, fulani herdsmen, and arewa youths or even the pro Buhari protesters that attacked charlie boy? Don’t go and face your career and your dry jokes. If yall think kanu is remotely Nigeria ‘ problem, think again. This country Needs total overhaul, from that sorry excuse for a constitution to the system of govt. Either that or we are just sitting on a time bomb waiting for it to explode. BN if you like use my comment to fry buns

    • Tayo

      August 18, 2017 at 6:43 pm

      On the ground that he is violating the terms of his bail, did you not read it. This is how you people will follow anything and anyone, without researching for yourselves.

  14. Ceemee

    August 18, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    You people should be here discussing and don’t do anything about it. Using BN to cover face like you are wise. Continue to insult seyi law, atleast he’s speaking out, Charlie boy is doing something, what have you done??? Or you think Buhari will come and read BN. Mchewww

  15. Gloria

    August 18, 2017 at 8:04 pm

    Seyi Law please focus on your job and stop trying to be relevant. Hausa and Yoruba hates igbos with passion. They have several times shown us that we are not Nigeria. What is your pain now that we want to leave. Please arest him and the agitation will surely continue. I suggest that you concentrate in fasting and praying for your sick president to return before the next election. Smh

  16. OJ

    August 18, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    Has Anybody hear noticed that whenever the issue of Biafra/Igbos comes up, the SW people are always ready to clamp it down and be shouting one Nigeria upandan? clearly we are not one in this Nigeria, the other day the Sardanu of Sokoto openly declared there will be no restructuring in Nigeria, i didnt see the SW leaders coming out to openly question why a sole entity from the north would decide how Nigeria should be run….Seyi Law should go and ask his people what they trully want or where they actually belong, instead of always sitting on the fence and be licking as the asses of the north!!

    • Olly

      August 19, 2017 at 5:49 am

      I tire. In my lodge in sokoto the Yoruba peeps be smirking and laughimg at us Igbo’s asking when we r leaving unaware that come Oct 1st if arewa is serious they will slutter everyone that looks not Hausa and doesn’t knack head on d ground. Igbo, Yoruba or Transylvanian. “Hanimals.” After September clearance i am leaving, God punish nysc. Nonsense.

  17. nnenne

    August 19, 2017 at 5:47 am

    The answer to any agitation is justice, fairness and equity!
    Get rid of Kanu, don’t address the issues and a worst form of Kanu will emerge!
    Kanu is not violent as far as we all know.
    Ask yourself why these agitation have been there. Kanu is not the first!

    What would make an Igboman, who invested in every part of Nigeria, want out?

    Why the resistance to restructuring?

    Life wold be awesome, if we all switch places with others ,sometimes!
    The problem is the system, not Kanu.

    People who feel they have a stake in Nigeria will not listen to Nnamdi Kanu!

    Mr. Seyi, am sorry you have no idea what Igbos have dealt with and are dealing with. You are from Lagos.
    Please no one should tell me Igboman is not the worst.
    Because they all ran away from Nigeria and cater for the ones at home?
    .
    If they all live in Nigeria like Hausa’s, they would have been much worse!

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