By G9ija

An Enugu-based preacher, Evangelist Victor Nwaogu, has revealed that he dreamt that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) was ‘shot in the chest’ by Nigeria’s secret police, the Department of State Services (DSS).

According to Nwaogu, the Nigerian government plans to sentence Kanu to death, but ‘they now adopted delay method in order to allow President Muhammadu Buhari finish his remaining two years’.

Nwaogu claimed that part of the vision he saw was that pressure came from across the world, which forced the Buhari administration to put an end to Kanu’s case, with the Nigerian separatist leader emerging victorious and “given Biafra flag instantly”.

But Nwaogu says Kanu would be shot, and a war ensued in Nigeria.

“I told people around me what I saw in my dream yesterday concerning nnamdi Kanu,” Nwaogu wrote in an update shared to a pro-Biafra Facebook group on Saturday.

“Nigeria govt have no evidence to sentence him to death which is all they wanted. They now adopted delay method in other to allow buhari finish his remaining 2yrs.however, pressure from allover the world pushed them to finalize his case in which nnamdi Kanu won and was giving Biafra flag instantly.

something happened, immediately nnamdi Kanu worked out of the Court room to meet with the great biafran crowd jubilating, as he raised the biafran flag Nigerian DSS instantly shot him on the Chest.so immediately a serious bloody war erupted allover the country.

“So, I began to pray and cry to God to save nnamdi Kanu and save us from crying on that beautiful day we are suppose to rejoice.”

Rearrested Kanu has been campaigning for an independent state called Biafra in south-eastern Nigeria.

Kanu is currently facing charges of “criminal conspiracy, intimidation and membership of an illegal organisation” – offences that could amount to treason.

The plan for a Biafra state is not new.
In 1967, Igbo leaders declared a Biafran state, but after a brutal civil war, which led to the deaths of up to a million people, the secessionist rebellion was defeated.
Kanu is the latest in a line of ethnic Igbo activists taking up the cause of pushing for an independent state, saying the Igbos have been marginalised by successive Nigerian governments.