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NNAMDI KANU CONDEMNED IHEANACHO AND NNDIDI OF LEICESTER CITY FOR SHOWING NIGERIA FLAG

by Ayomide Victor

The Head of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has censured Super Eagles players, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi for showing the Nigerian flag after their FA Cup triumph in England.

Both Iheanacho and Ndidi play for English club, Leicester City and crushed Chelsea with a solitary goal at Wembley Stadium on Saturday to lift the most seasoned trophy in England.

In their overjoyed mindset, the two players who are Nigerians of Igbo extraction showed the Nigerian flag.

In any case, they were criticised by the IPOB leader who noticed that it shows they do not support his agitation for the state of Biafra.

Kanu, who has been a thistle in the tissue of the Nigerian government for his strong and hounded call of Biafra country and self-assurance of the Igbo public anticipated that the two footballers should show support for his motivation.

Kanu on his Twitter page on Sunday communicated his disappointment at the Nigerian internationals, referring to an instance of Spain and Barcelona safeguard, Gerard Pique, who transparently shows support for his local area, Catalonia.

“Gerard Pique is a World Cup champ with more than 103 covers for Spain. He never turned his back against Catalonia opportunity. Severally, he has shown open help for Catalan opportunity.

“Be that as it may, our Iheanacho and Ndidi with #Zoo Nigeria? Broken heartBroken heartShame!

“Difference between a White man and his Black counterparts,” Kanu tweeted.

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