The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has described former President Goodluck Jonathan as a weak and incompetent leader.
The embattled IPOB leader, who made this known in an interview with The Sun, added that Patience Jonathan, the wife of the immediate past president, would have been a better leader.
Kanu, who by granting the interview, has once again violated the terms of his bail, further alleged that Jonathan favoured the north at the expense of the southern part of the country.
He said: “Jonathan is my uncle, yes. I was one of those who said Jonathan’s tenure was more or less an Igbo presidency; it’s on record I said that. But, he knew I never liked his regime because he was weak and incompetent.”
“I don’t support evil; if you do good, I will tell you, if you do bad, I will say it the way it is; I don’t curry favours.
“He was weak, I said I wish it was aunty Patience Jonathan who was in-charge, she would have done better.
“Look at where Jonathan dropped us today; he never finished building the East/West Road, but, he built railway line from Abuja to Kaduna, so they will love him. Who told you that if they did not love Zik, that they will love you?”
Recall, on April 25, the justice of a federal high court in Abuja, Binta Nyako, while granting him bail on health grounds, ordered Kanu not to grant media interviews and to avoid being seen in a crowd of more than 10 people.