The Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has stated that he can determine who lives and who dies.
Nnamdi Kanu who made this known in an audio obtained by our correspondent added he has the power to destroy anywhere he wants to destroy.
He said, ” I am a very powerful man. I know that very well. I can decide who lives or who dies.
“I can destroy anywhere I want to destroy, I am here so serve the people not to serve myself. I am not here out my volution . another thing we have come to do is to preserve lives.”
Nnamdi Kanu, had recently chickened out of his stoning threat on Ohanaeze Ndigbo Leader, Nnia Nwodo.
Kanu’s representative, Aloy Ejimakor, confirmed the threat withdrawal in a meeting called by a First Republic minister of Aviation, Mbazuluike Amechi, to broker peace between Ohanaeze Ndigbo and IPOB.
Amechi, at the meeting in his house, has called on the two parties to sheathe their swords.
Addressing newsmen after the meeting in Ukpor Nnewi South, Local Government Area, the elder statesman, described as unnecessary any form of altercation between Ohanaeze Ndigbo and IPOB.
He said both bodies were fighting for the welfare of Ndigbo.
Amechi, the only surviving member of the Zikist Movement, expressed joy over the withdrawal threat by Nnamdi Kanu of stoning Nnia Nwodo, as well as agreeing to work harmoniously with Ohanaeze Ndigbo for the interest of South East Biafrans.
He also revealed that part of the resolutions from the meeting was the demand for the de-proscription of IPOB which he described as illegal.
He urged the governors and Houses of Assembly in the region to commence action towards lifting the ban.
He said: “I summoned the two bodies of Ohanaeze Ndigbo and IPOB to express my displeasure with what I have been reading in the newspapers about Kanu giving orders that Nwodo should be stoned by IPOB.
“I am happy that even before this peace meeting, Kanu has retracted the statement.
“Therefore, we appeal to Nwodo to accept the retraction and get it off his mind and Ohanaeze has endorsed the retraction and IPOB has agreed to work with them.
“The two bodies realising that they are fighting the same battle, including marginalization, killings and denial of Federal Government to develop South East and Igbo land in general, have agreed to work together for the welfare of Ndigbo.”