Facebook bans Nnamdi Kanu


By Abba Gwale

Facebook has pulled down the official Facebook page of the Director of Radio Biafara and leader of the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

This is coming after Nigerian government pressurized Facebook to ban the page of fugitive IPOB leader following his inflammatory rhetoric encouraging revulsion and disorder in the country.

Yet, no official explanation has been given for the sudden sanction by Facebook authority.

If the restrictions hold, Facebook could be the first major platform to remove Nnamdi Kanu permanently from its platform.

Earlier this year, the firm also suspended former US President Donald Trump after he incited his supporters to storm the US Congress and disrupt the proceedings when the US Congress met to confirm President Joy Biden as the winner of November 3rd Presidential elections.

On May 19th last year, Kanu said that very soon he will start charging Nigerian government for receiving free education from his page.

“Good to see that Nigeria, her failed government and opposition come to my page to receive free education in History, Civics, Constitutional Governance and Democracy. Very soon I have to start charging them.” he wrote

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