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Simon Ekpa Reveals He Swore An Oath To Nnamdi Kanu To Replace Him If Anything Happens

Popular Biafra agitator Simon Ekpa has revealed how he was administered an oath of allegiance in regard to the struggle for the actualization of the Biafra Republic...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶▶▶

In a statement posted on his official Twitter handle on Wednesday, Simon Ekpa claimed that Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB had, administered an oath to him “through Caroline Okoroafor’s Mother (Adamma Brown)”.

He stated this while reacting to threats by some individuals to drag him to court following his activities in the Southeast. Ekpa, the Prime Minister of the Biafra Republic Government In Exile, also revealed that Kanu had prior to his arrest, urged him to continue the struggle if anything happened to him.

The statement reads, “I urge those who want to sue Simon Ekpa to hire Lawyers from Finland and not Sweden, and I am not a resident of Sweden. But before you do that, make sure the lawyer is aware of the following; “That Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, through Caroline Okoroafor’s Mother ( Adamma Brown), administered me the oath of allegiance supervised by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu himself.

“That Before I accepted to take the oath, he convinced me that should in case anything happens to him, I am his replacement. “Before I took the oath, He mandated me to take over the struggle if anything happened to him, including using his name, a promise he fulfilled immediately after he was kidnapped from Kenya by mandating me to take over the struggle from DSS dungeon.

“That During this oath of allegiance, the illegitimate son called Kanunta and other siblings were not part of this agreement, neither does the defunct and expelled criminals in DOS part of it; “That by virtue of the above and many more yet to be made public, in fulfilling my own part of the agreement, I will continue to use Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s name and picture anyhow I want until he is released”.

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