Nnamdi Kanu Goes Prophetic, Heals A Sick Man In Kuje Maximum Prison

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Director of Radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has allegedly healed a sick man in Kuje Maximum prison, Abuja.

Kanu’s prophetic wonders was revealed by a Facebook user simply identified as Gilbert Okeke.

Mr. Okeke said he visited the Biafran leader in Kuje prison with a severe stomach pain, adding that he was relieved from the pain after the IPOB leader laid his hand on his head.

Okeke, who is believed to be a pro-Biafra activist, wrote on Facebook that, “Nnamdi Kanu is truly a Prophet, He is the Prophet of liberation, called by God and chose in this holy struggle of restoration of Republic Of BIAFRA.

The Facebook user gave reasons for his statement, adding that “Since yesterday I have been struggling with stomach ache and it has been disturbing me seriously that I couldn’t eat, however, a miracle happened today.

Guess what?

“I visited our leader mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Kuje, after my discussion with him, he laid his hands on my head and  instantly I received my healing.

“I was able to breathe well and do you know what? I was in a haste to eat. After laying his hands on me the pains stopped.

Okeke furthered that Mr. Kanu told him to inform Biafrans that they should “be loyal to Mazi Uche Mefor, adding that they should “understand that he ordered the suspension of some pro-Biafra activists and not his Deputy,

The Social Media user ended the post with:

“My brother #Moses Agbo can bear me witness
Long live to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu
Long live to Uche Mefor
Long live to IPOB
“May God bless us with restoration of Republic of Biafra. Amen”. Okeke wrote.

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Read Okeke’s unedited Facebook post below:

Meanwhile, Kanu alongside his co-accused, Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi are facing six count charge of treasonable felony brought against them by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Although they have been granted bail twice by a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, Buhari’s led government has refused to obey the court orders, raising doubts over the possibility of Mr. Kanu and his co-accused regaining freedom anytime soon.




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