IPOB suspends Nnamdi Kanu’s brother
Outlawed separatist group, the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), has suspended Kingsley Kanu, the younger brother to its incarcerated leader Nnamdi Kanu, over alleged insubordination amid other accusations. Collins Chinedu, who identifies himself as the group’s coordinator in Germany, accuses Kingsley of trying to form a parallel organisation.
IPOB said Kingsley’s actions tend towards fractionising the group
In its statement, the group said, “Mr. Kingsley Kanu has been in the constant habit of flagrantly flouting every IPOB code of conduct, thereby seeing himself as above the laws and often throwing every decorum to the winds.
“Reporting a fellow very hardworking IPOB member to the German Criminal Police contrary to the IPOB Code of conduct and in violation of his oath to the IPOB.
“Issuing orders to his superior officers in the hierarchy of IPOB without the approval of the IPOB Leadership”
“Imposing and parading an expelled IPOB member, Mr. Ogbonna Abraham as the new National Coordinator in Germany with the sole intent to cause division within the existing structure in Germany”
“Ordering his purported national coordinator in German to create another principle servants forum through which IPOB members are being lobbied to join his illegal group and to attend series of his illegally organised online.”
The group clarified that “the IPOB in Germany is a registered non-profit making organisation under German laws”
“Mr Kingsley Kanu must, therefore, be reminded that further violations of the code of conduct will have serious legal consequences”, the group warned.”