Biafra’s indigenous chief, Nnamdi Kano, lamented the wave of attacks in the southeast.
Kanu expressed his grief and strongly condemned the attacks in the southeast of the country.
He revealed this during his routine meeting with his special advisor, Aloy Ejemakore and some members of his legal team.
The IPOB leader also expressed his relief for the victims of the attacks.
A tweet from Ejimakor reads: “Update: I visited #MNK today. With deep sadness, received news of sporadic attacks in the past few days across the Southeast, including the attack in my hometown.
“He asked me to strongly condemn the attacks on his behalf and to convey his condolences to all the victims.”
Recently, some unidentified militants have been attacking communities, markets and government facilities in the southeast.
Over the weekend, these unidentified gunmen attacked the hometown of Ijemacore in Imo State.
Meanwhile, the Independent National Electoral Commission office in Imo State was attacked by armed men several times.
Nnamdi Kanu cries from the State Security Department prison over the attacks in the southeast