Nnamdi Kanu: More arrests, troubles for agitators imminent, says BCS Spokesman
By Akpan David, Calabar
The spiritual leader of Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu has given indications that many more persons working against the peace and unity of Nigeria are going to be arrested and in more trouble.
Speaking in Calabar, the spiritual leader had declared, “All those fanning sparks of division, sponsoring killings and threatening Nigeria’s existence are doomed.
Those engaging themselves to take over the administration, or attempting to separate the country are in trouble.'”
Obu also declared: ‘Nigeria is God’s own country. Nigeria cannot be divided. Whether they like it or not, Nigeria belongs to God…”
Adherents of the fold claimed that it was the declaration of their spiritual leader who spoke on Nigeria’s Democracy Day 12 June 2021 that gave out Nnamdi Kanu whom he had earlier cautioned against embarking on the Biafra project which he stated was a futile attempt.
In a statement on the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, spokesman of the influential spiritual Organization, Patriarch Edet Archibong quoted His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu as having said, ‘Peace is restored in entire South Eastern States and in Nigeria and that He has assigned special Angels to arrest anyone with a mission contrary to the peace and unity of Nigeria.
“We are not surprised with the recent development especially the arrest of separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu for it is the fulfillment of the Divine Pronouncement of The Almighty God which has never failed. Earlier on, The Holy Father, His Holiness Olumba Olumba Obu has said that He has not seen Biafra in the spiritual world map and any effort to resuscitate Biafra is an exercise in futility.”
Archibong also quoted the spiritual leader. As having said: ‘When God created this country, where were all those agitating for her break up? They will not succeed.’
Obu has continually advised Nigeria to return to the First National Anthem which says ‘though tribe and tongues may differ, in Brotherhood we stand.’