Nnamdi Okafor, the suspected mastermind of the Imo attacks, has been photographed with Nnamdi Kanu, the chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Nnamdi Okafor was reportedly arrested for allegedly supporting the activities of unknown gunmen linked to numerous murders, police station burnings, and the assault on the Owerri Correctional Centre, according to LIB.
Okafor, a director of Pecubel Hotel, was apprehended around lifeline Assembly Owerri/Orlu road in Imo state, according to Vanguard.
Shortly after his arrest, a photo of him with the leader of the secessionist group surfaced. The photo which was shared in 2020 came with the caption;
“The only man we can die for, hope for Kanu hope for our Biafra nation”.
Twitter user, @lollylarry1 who shared the photo wrote;
Good News: One of the sponsors of the “ungun known men” responsible for killings and burning of Police stations in Imo has been arrested, his name is Nnamdi Okafor and guess what, he’s an IPOB member…. Las Las the unknown are getting known.