Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has ordered the installation of a Closed-Circuit Television, CCTV, camera in his family compound in Afaraukwu, Abia State, ahead of his parents’ burial.
Kanu explained that the installation of the CCTV cameras would monitor the activities of the Nigerian Army during the burial ceremony of his parents on Friday.
The IPOB leader, who spoke during his latest live broadcast on Radio Biafra threatened to kill the children of the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai if any IPOB member was injured during the burial ceremony.
According to Kanu: “We have fixed cameras everywhere. I need evidence to show to the world when they (Nigerian Army) come to my father’s compound to kill on the day of the funeral.
“CCTV cameras are everywhere in my father’s compound, the zoo Army should know we will be watching all their activities on that day.
I am warning them, if any IPOB member is killed, we will retaliate. I will kill all their children and submit myself for arrest.
“If anything happens to any IPOB member on the 14th of February all your children will be killed. If they kill anybody in my father on the 14th of February all the children of the Army commanders will be killed.
“All of you including Buratai, all your children will be killed. Every police commissioner, commanders, give me the addresses, I am giving you an order, get me their names.
I will kill them if they kill anybody in my home town on the 14th of February, leave us alone, we are not armed.
“If you come to my parents’ funeral and shoot, we will kill all your children, if you like go and hide them in Saudi Arabia, we will find them and kill all your children.
You will know what it means to buy a casket, your names will be wiped out. I will submit myself for arrest after we kill them.”
DAILY POST reported that Kanu had earlier threatened to haunt the children of the Abia State Police Commissioner, Ene Okon if his officers kill anyone during the burial of his parents
Source: News update