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Nnamdi Kanu Reacts As Reno Omokri Calls Nigeria A “Nigger Area”

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The leader of Indigenous people of Biafrans(IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi kanu while reacting to Best selling Amazon Author, Reno Omokri’s tweet lambasted those who insist on calling themselves Nigerians.

Reno in a recent post on Twitter allegedly said that the name Nigeria is Nigger Area(in Latin word), whereas lists some other Africa nations who bears racist names given to them by non Africans.

Reacting to the Writer’s post, The Leader Of Indigenous People Of Biafrans and Director of Radio Biafra/TV, Nnamdi Kanu added that “EVERY NIGERIAN IS A NIGGER ACCORDING TO FLORA SHAW”

Following the racist names being accepted across black countries, Kanu said; “Our relentless determination to lecture, preach and teach the TRUTH is beginning to yield the intended positive results. Good to see that people are now questioning the idiocy of the racist tag they call a name- Niggeria or appropriately Nigger-area as originally intended by the British racists that created their Niggeria colony.

“TRUTH is TRUTH even when delivered with a pinch of sarcasm. Double ‘gg’ or single ‘g’ Nigger is Niger and its a racist slur word used by British racists that created the Zoo to define the human animals they found in it. Africa is truly in one almighty mess and only #Biafra through #IPOB can save us.”

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