Detained leader of the proscribed group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has hosted prominent Igbo leader, Chief Dan Ulasi, to a lengthy meeting.
The meeting, which took place within the premises of the Department of State Security (DSS) complex in Abuja, afforded the two the opportunity to share thoughts on the situation in the Southeast.
Speaking after his meeting with Kanu, Chief Ulasi said the detailed agitator was hale, hearty, and full of life, though being held in seclusion was not the best for even an enemy.
According to Ulasi, Kanu made specific requests of the Igbo nation, which he said would be disclosed in due course.
According to Ulasi, the meeting was at the instance of Mazi Kanu, adding that “he sent for me, and I went to see him. I went through the entire process, and we met. We had heart-to-heart discussion, and he passed some specific instructions about what is happening in the Southeast,” he said.
Ulasi further said, “We spent almost an hour together. We had very serious and intense discussions affecting the course of this country and, essentially, the Southeast.
“The details will come later, but the most important thing is that we met for almost an hour. It was a very emotional meeting for both of us, and he gave specific instructions that I have to relate to our people. There are a lot of discussions going on. And he said I should make pronouncements. That is a directive from him,” he added.