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Great massacre of Igbos in the North, S'East on the way because of Nnamdi Kanu - Archbishop reveals

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 Archbishop Abraham Chris Udeh has made stunning revelations that a great massacre of Igbos in the northern and southeastern of Nigeria has again set sail that will send another  tales of horror across the world.

The General Overseer of Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries (aka By Fire, By Fire)  who is known for making accurate predictions gave this revelation in Anambra State.

He minced no words in say volumes of blood will be shed by the impending doom that is about to engulf Nigeria as a result of the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu , the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB).

This he said will bring about a revolution in the country's north and east that will result in clashes and killings

He said,  ''corpses were seen littered by the roadsides in some major cities, while the disturbances lasted.” He said: “I saw great massacre in the North, South East and South South of the federation when people trooped out in the streets chanting war songs and solidarity for the release of Kanu. And there was a clash between the protesters, army and police which led to holocaust.” He warned Igbos leaving in the north to be wary of this doom and that the only thing that could avert it was the release of Kanu.”

“The archbishop called on Igbos in the National Assembly to go on a protest in order to force President Muhammadu Buhari to release the IPOB leader. He said it was a shame that lawmakers had not made meaningful moves that will see to the release of Kanu and urged the president to listen to the voice of wisdom and release Kanu so as to prevent bloodshed. Udeh also admonished the Ohaneze Ndigbo to take charge and protest what he described injustice against Igbos.”

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