The father to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, Israel Okwu Kanu, allegedly said President Muhammadu Buhari harbours hatred against people of the South East.
The monarch made the declaration while reacting to a question on how he will regard the president now that his son has been released.
The traditional ruler told the Sun that “I wouldn’t say enemy of the family, but that of the Igbo race because I have never seen this type of hatred of a people before.
“Court will rule to set a person free and the president who is supposed to be the father of all will say no, making a mockery of the judiciary in the process.”
On withdrawing the charges leveled against the Director of Radio Biafra, he said, “Why not, did they get any gun or knife from Nnamdi? It was his mouth he used in talking and since we have freedom of speech in the country, I don’t think he has committed any crime that will warrant him being tried in court.
“It was because they have nothing substantial against him that they are trying to bring masked men as witnesses against him, God forbid. I am appealing to the Federal Government to set Nnamdi free by withdrawing all the charges, because he has not come to kill anybody.”