IPOB suspends Nnamdi Kanu’s brother Kingsley
Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has suspended Mr Kingsley Kanu, younger brother of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu from the group.
The younger Kanu’s suspension was announced in a statement by the National Coordinator of the group in Germany, Collins Chinedu and issued by IPOB’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful.
The group accused the younger Kanu of
indulging in a series of anti-IPOB activities with the aim of bringing the IPOB family in Germany to disrepute and by extension, disorganising the larger IPOB family worldwide.
Among the anti-IPOB activities levelled against Kanu include insurbodination to IPOB leadership, forming a parallel leadership in Germany and flouting the group’s code of conduct.
The group said Kingsley Kanu has been using his affiliation to its leader, Nnamdi Kanu to an unmerited super advantage and has been placing himself above every IPOB rules and discipline guiding the noble IPOB in Germany and worldwide.
The group noted that Kingsley Kanu is an ordinary unit member of the IPOB in Landsberg Am Lech, Germary.
The offences against him, according to the statement, are: “Mr. Kingsley Kanu has been in the constant habit of flagrantly flouting every IPOB code of conduct, thereby seeing himself as above the laws and often throwing every decorum to the winds”