IPOB suspends Nnamdi Kanu’s brother, threatens legal action against him
The Indigenous People of Biafra has suspended Kingsley Kanu, the younger brother of its supreme leader, Nnamdi Kanu, over alleged anti-IPOB activities capable of bringing the organization to disrepute.
The proscribed separatist group accused Kingsley of putting himself above the organization’s code of conduct and laws guiding IPOB in Germany and IPOB worldwide.
The group accused him of reporting “a very hardworking member” of IPOB to the German Police contrary to the IPOB Code of Conduct and in violation of his oath to the IPOB family.
The Whistler reports that the suspension of Kingsley was announced in a statement by the group’s Coordinator in Germany, Collins Chinedu, on Monday through IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful.
The statement further accused Kingsley of indulging in a series of “anti-IPOB activities with the aim of bringing the IPOB family in Germany to disrepute and by extension, disorganizing the larger IPOB family worldwide.”
The IPOB Germany threatened to take legal action against him if he continues to violate the code of conduct guiding the group and reminded him that IPOB is a registered non-profit organisation under German laws.