Nigerian clerics send me fake prophecies on Nnamdi Kanu daily — Lawyer
Mr Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the lead counsel to Nnamdi Kanu, the embattled leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has disclosed Nigerian clerics inundate his “inbox” daily with fake prophecies about his client.
The lawyer who warned the clerics to desist from such an act said they should instead “Please pray over any positive, negative vision, dream or prophecy but do not send to me again”.
A statement released on Saturday by the IPOB’s leader lawyer reads; “As a Christian which I am, I encourage prayers, and supplications to the Almighty God, but what I can’t allow to continue is inundating my inbox with all sorts of fake prophecies. It must stop.
“This may sound ridiculous to discerning mind but it should be a formal notice to those deliberately taking my leniency for granted over time, without being reprimanded.
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“Please pray over any positive, negative vision, dream or prophecy but do not send to me again.
“For your information, I have a God that never fails. And He always speaks to me in a language I understand.
“Those guilty of this infraction may not be availed with further reason for either being permanently banned from commenting or interacting with me on my platforms.
“I consider these end-time prophecies as a serious distraction to our legal work.
“Keep the prophecy to yourself because it is becoming a huge embarrassment to my descent page.”
Speaking on the health of Nnamdi Kanu, the lawyer noted; “Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was visited on Thursday, he is stable and in a wonderful spirit. All legal processes incidental to freeing him soon is efficiently active, but none shall be discussed here any longer”.
Nnamdi Kanu was extradited to Nigeria from an undisclosed country on June 27 after he jumped bail and fled the country in 2017.
He is currently remanded in the Department of State Service (DSS) custody until his postponed hearing scheduled for October 21.