Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfried Ndidi made a milestone in their careers by lifting the FA cup with Leicester city.This two Nigerian stars were sensational on Saturday as Leicester lifted the FA cup for the first time in their history.
However, Nnamdi Kanu,the Leader of Indigenious People of Biafra(IPOB),has mocked Ndidi and Iheanacho for displaying the Nigerian flag during their FA cup triumph with Leicester city against Chelsea on Saturday.
Kanu described their act as a shameful act on his Twitter page.
He argued that the act showed the players did not support the agitation of the state of Biafra.
Kanu had compared the Super Eagle's stars with Gerard Pique saying that the Spanish has achieved much more and yet didn't turn his back on the freedom of Catalonia.
He wrote: "Gerard Pique is a World cup winner with over 103 caps for Spain.He never turned his back against Catalania freedom.Severally,he has shown open support for Catalan freedom.But our Iheneacho and Ndidi with Nigeria flag?Shame!Difference between White man and his black counterparts."
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