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

Simon Ekpa: 'What He's Doing In Finland Is Worse Than What Nnamdi Kanu Was Doing' -According to Mike Ejiofor

A former head of the Department of State Services (DSS) in Nigeria has called for Simon Ekpa’s repatriation so that he can stand justice, comparing his acts from his base in Finland to those of the jailed separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu. Mike Ejiofor stated in an interview with Arise TV that he is highly skeptical that Ekpa is actually connected to Nnamdi Kanu’s Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) organization and that he would go back to Nigeria if he were sincere about the cause.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

“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,” Ejiofor stated. “You can’t stay outside Nigeria and be directing people to commit crime.”

The former intelligence official dismissed Ekpa as merely “a voice to misguided elements” rather than a legitimate representative of rational individuals involved in the separatist agitations rocking parts of the southeast.

“He’s not a voice to reasonable people. I can’t be listening to him, most people cannot be listening to him,” Ejiofor added.

However, Ejiofor cautioned that some “brainwashed” elements were still heeding Ekpa’s inflammatory broadcasts from his self-imposed exile, necessitating firmer action to neutralize his influence.

“I also believe that this time, government should enter into negotiation with the country where he’s operating from and see whether he can be repatriated,” the ex-DSS director urged.

“Because what he’s doing in Finland is worse than what Nnamdi Kanu was doing, he should be repatriated for trial.”

Ejiofor’s forceful rhetoric demanding Ekpa’s rendition and prosecution captured the rising intolerance toward the Finland-based broadcaster within security circles who accuse him of actively fueling violence and chaos in the southeast through hardline separatist messaging.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>