“Some idiots who are not educated said that they’ll arrest me, and I ask them to come. I’m in Biafra land. If any of them leaves Biafra land alive know that this is not IPOB. Tell them that’s what I said.

“Tell Buhari that I’m in Aba and any person who comes to arrest Nnamdi Kanu in Biafra land will die here. I’ll never go on exile I assure you.”

The IPOB leader said this on Sunday in reaction to reports that the federal government asked the court to revoke his bail.

He has been accused of allegedly violating bail conditions including the directive not to address a crowd.

After spending 18 months in detention, following his arrest by the Department of State Services (DSS), Binta Nyako, Justice of a federal high court in Abuja, granted him bail on April 25.

Speaking on Sunday at Boys Technical College (BTC) in Aba, Abia state, Kanu paid tribute to those reportedly killed at National High School, by security agencies.

He said the quest for Biafra remains unstoppable, adding that the call is a “message from heaven.”

He also insisted that the Anambra gubernatorial election will be boycotted except a referendum which the group has been clamouring, is conducted.