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IPOB: Why Kanu is spreading fake news, Psychologist explains

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Why Kanu is spreading fake news, Psychologist explains

The pioneer of the banished Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has kept on doing combating for pertinence by spreading fake news, as the vast majority of his cases about the government and the administration on the online networking have been demonstrated to be bogus and counterfeit news

As indicated by an Obafemi Awolowo University Psychologist, Mr. Peter O.S is embedded in brainwashing his followers into believing that he is their messiah and he would do anything to cause ethnicity war by pitting Yorubas against Hausas, Igbos against Yorubas, Igbos against Hausa, and push his followers to carry out violent actions.

The IPOB pioneer, a year ago, asserted that the undue impact of Yoruba Muslims in the issues of Yorubaland will check the finish of Yoruba as an incredible race.

Essentially, a week ago, during a live Facebook communicate, he asked the South West (Yoruba) leaders to, immediately, request the whereabouts of their child, the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo. He uncovered that Nigeria’s Vice President was wiped out and not in Aso Rock, however, the disclosure ended up being a bogus case after the VP attend series of meeting physically and through video conferencing.

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Investigating Kanu, Mr. Peter affirmed that the manifestations of mental disorders found in Kanu are solid sentiments of outrage, which make him in every case express outrageous resentment.

He included that: “these traits are similar to those found in Jim Jones, the infamous American preacher and faith healer turned cult leader who conspired with his inner circle to direct a mass murder-suicide of his followers in Jonestown, Guyana.”

The OAU psychologist prompted that “If Kanu submits himself for additional assessment, it is conceivable that we discover more characteristics of madness in him.

“From the above, I have been able to establish that he has delusions, hallucinations, strong feelings of anger, denial of obvious issues, and confused thinking but there could be more.”

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