Simon Ekpa: ‘What He’s Doing In Finland Is Worse Than What Nnamdi Kanu Was Doing’ -Mike Ejiofor


A Former DSS Director, Mike Ejiofor has alleged that Simon Ekpa’s actions in finland are even more egregious than those of the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu. He called for the repatriation of Simon Ekpa so that he could face trial in Nigeria.

He expressed strong skepticism about Simon Ekpa’s affiliation with the IPOB. He asserted that if Ekpa was genuinely committed, he would return to Nigeria rather than incite crimes from abroad. He dismissed Ekpa as a mere influencer of misguided elements rather than a legitimate representative of rational individuals. He further demanded that the Nigerian government should go into negotiations with the Finnish authorities for the repatriation of Simon Ekpa.

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He said in an interview with Arise TV, ”As far as I’m concerned, I don’t think Simon Ekpa is even working with the IPOB. If he’s serious, he should come back to Nigeria. You can’t stay outside Nigeria and be directing people to commit crime. He’s a voice to misguided elements, he’s not a voice to reasonable people. I can’t be listening to him, most people cannot be listening to him.

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But some of these people who have been brainwashed will listen to him but he’s there in Finland enjoying himself. I also believe that this time, government should never into negotiation with the country where he’s operating from and see whether he can be repatriated. Because what he’s doing in Finland is worse than what Nnamdi Kanu was doing, he should be repatriated for trial.”..………See More

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