By: Andy Akporugo Jr –
If I wasn’t a Nigerian I would look closely and make certain intelligent deductions as people of other civilizations would do, on the evaporation of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
I would adjudge the total silence of his kinsmen [for whose benefit he apparently agitated] and indeed every Nigerian, as regards his whereabouts, as indicative of their comfort over his well-being or conversely as proof of his rejection as a human being with rights, even if they are those which he appeared to disapprove of, so far as they lay in the Nigerian Constitution; and in either situation, I would worry that there is a loud conspiracy to break the law or silent connivance following it.
It doesn’t just make any sense. How can people who so loudly question the naming of IPOB as a terror group simply lose their voice over the sudden disappearance of its leader a whole 30 days since!
But I am Nigerian and we have our ways which majorly do not offer much intelligence to the rest of the world!
Na wa ooo!