The Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) were told by Minister of Labor and Jobs Chris Ngige not to link him to the re-arrest of his leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
In a statement on Saturday from his media agency, Ngige said that he had no time to engage in security and diplomacy.
The Minister also described the attempt by IPOB spokesman, Emma Powerful, to link him with Kanu’s re-arrest as deceitful, mischievous, malicious and wicked.
“Ngige is occupied, involved and engrossed with his duties as the Labour and Employment Minister, member of Federal Cabinet Committee for Economic Recovery and member of the Economic Sustainability Committee constituted by President Muhammadu Buhari, which is headed by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, with the mandate to tackle the challenges and fallouts of COVID-19 and post COVID-19 era.
“It is, therefore, unthinkable that somebody with grey matter in his brain, except if he is hallucinating like the IPOB spokesman, could accuse a very busy Minister like Senator Ngige of being part of a ‘conspiracy’ for the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu,” the statement read in part.
Powerful, in his statement, listed those that would be made to pay for their “satanic role” in Kanu’s re-arrest.
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