VIDEO: IPOB Storm Nigerian Ambassador In Tokyo’s Residence In Search Of Buhari
Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra [IPOB], on Tuesday, stormed the residence of the Nigerian Ambassador in Tokyo, Japan in search of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The leader of the group, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, explained on his Facebook Page details of the effort:
“My fellow Biafrans, our indomitable IPOB Family in Japan have tracked the fugitive coward and impostor Jubril Al-Sudani to the residence of the Nigerian Ambassador in Tokyo where intelligence report tell us he is hiding.
“We understand he has locked himself in an upstairs bedroom and have refused to come out.
“We are knocking at their door to compel the Nigerian Ambassador to hand him over peacefully but so far he and members of his staff have refused to answer the door.
“We have duly informed the Japanese Police present at the scene of our mission to arrest the Sudanese criminal impostor and hand him over to them for prosecution.
“I charge IPOB on the ground in Japan to do all it can to effect the arrest of Jubril-Buhari.
“They must be guided by our blood oath to avenge the death of all victims of Operation Python Dance, Nkpor massacre, National High School Aba, Trump Rally Igweocha and many more.
“Japan IPOB must not fail our fallen heroes, they must not fail Biafra. The world is watching us.”
Reacting, Abba Kyari, the Chief of Staff to President Buhari was reportedly quoted saying in his local dialect in Aso Rock:
“It seems as if they [IPOB] no longer have any atom of fear and respect in them.
“Why else will they have the audacity to dare confront the president of Nigeria in Japan. This cannot go unchecked and under the carpet.
“This is an international mess and a shameful act from them. It’s humiliating to say the least.
“The main focus of the president’s trip to Japan have been shifted and attention directed into a war of words on social media.
“This act of rudeness will be dealt with.
Also, Abike Dabiri, SSA to President Buhari on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora was reportedly quoted as speaking with NTA correspondent on IPOB storming Nigeria Embassy in Japan:
“I watched the video online and I called our embassy in Japan. We saw their faces and all I can tell you is that we’re already on the matter.
“This unpleasant behavior cannot be allowed to continue. This is turning out into a global embarrassment for the country. And something must be done to put a stop to it.
Meanwhile, see the original copy of the letter from Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to Emperor Naruhito of Japan:
Watch video below: