Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples Of Biafra (IPOB), on Wednesday broadcasted live on Facebook.
Mr Kanu’s decision to go live on the social networking site is not unconnected to rumors suggesting he is dead.
The fugitive who jumped bail on charges of treasonable felony was rumored death since last week.
Although he has been propagating the secessionist agenda of the proscribed group on Facebook, TODAY POLITICS learnt that he decided to show his face in order to dispel the hearsay.
In his broadcast, the secessionist leader criticised President Muhammadu Buhari for allegedly failing to address Nigerians live on what his administration is doing to tackle the Coronavirus disease.
Kanu also slammed BBC Igbo for adding a voice to his rumored death, urging it to go and uncover what he described as hidden truth at Nigeria’s seat of power.