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Nnamdi Kanu returns to Facebook after ban, shares another video of herders’ settlement set ablaze

Nnamdi Kanu leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has returned back to Facebook after the social network giant expunged his page from its platform.

Mr Kanu who had his propagandist page removed last week Tuesday over alleged hate speech returned yesterday with a new page on Facebook, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Official.

As at press time, the page has gathered over thirty-four thousand likes and still counting, twenty-four after it was created.

The secessionist leader who said he returned to continue the “relentless propagation of the restoration of the Kingdom of Heaven on earth,” shared another video clip of herders’ settlement razed down by men of the Eastern Security Network (ESN).

A voice behind the camera said the settlement is located somewhere in Ebonyi State, one of the worst hit states of herdsmen menace.

The ESN owned by the group seeking the return of the defunct Biafra Republic has been combing forests reserves in the South-East geo-political zone, evicting alleged violent herdsmen who are accused of kidnappings, rapings, killings and other criminal activities.

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