Simon Ekpa, the self-proclaimed Prime Minister of Biafra, has rejected the letter that Nnamdi Kanu, the head of IPOB, wrote to him.
Ekpa, whose order requires South East to sit at home each Monday, called the letter read aloud by Kanu’s attorney Aloy Ejimakor “fake” and said the two-week sit-at-home order issue must be followed.
Recall that Kanu wrote a letter to Ekpa directing him to stop his actions against South-East Governors. He equally ordered him to stop Monday’s sit-at-home order, noting that he has no right to do so.
In his post via his Twitter handle, the Finland based Ekpa noted that the letter was a joke and an ‘insult taken too far’.
Ekpa stated that Kanu must be released by the Department of the State Service, DSS, and should speak to Biafrans from Finland before he believes the letter was written by Kanu.
He believed that the IPOB leader could not have descended too low to draught a letter like the one Ejimakor read.
Ekpa asserted that the letter misrepresented Kanu.