The Nigerian separatist group, the indigenous peoples of Biafra, has accused the Nigerian government of planning to close the Internet in the country.
Describing it as an attempt to curb freedom of expression and limit the flow of information to “the millions of people who rely on the Internet for uncensored truth.”
The group said that this is because its leader, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, reveals through the media platforms, the true identity of the president who he alleges is an impostor who poses as President-elect Muhammadu Buhari who according to him, died last year 2017.
“The only option left for the rulers of Nigeria is to send Jubril back to Sudan, cancel the presidential elections and convene a government of national unity to oversee a referendum.
“Anything short of this will lead to an implosion of social and political order because eventually the world will isolate Nigeria as a result of this impersonation,” the group said.