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Wednesday, July 4, 2018

IPOB members charges army to produce Kanu

IPOB members charges army to produce Kanu

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has called on the United Nations,
Britain, USA and other civilised nations to compel the Federal
Government to produce its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, who it alleged was
abducted by Nigerian Army on September 14, 2017 when it invaded his home
town, Isiama Afaraukwu, Umuahia, Abia State.

It demanded that Kanu should be charged to court or released to the British government.

A statement by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB,
Emma Powerful, said failure to release Kanu was an invitation to
anarchy , as the leadership of IPOB could not guarantee how long 
the simmering rage of the masses could be contained.

The statement read: “With recent leaked intelligence on the
whereabouts of our leader, widely reported on all major news platforms,
exposing where the Nigerian Government kept our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu,
we expect the same Nigerian Army that abducted him to charge him to
court or release him to the British government.

“It is now clear to all and sundry
that orchestrated sightings of our leader in Cameroon, Ghana, Niger
Delta creeks, Malaysia, London and other weird and wonderful places were
lies concocted and planted in mainstream Nigeria media to fool and
confuse the public. 

Nigerian Army abducted him when they raided his home
with deadly intent. “We know Nigeria is fast becoming a failed state
where there are no civilised rules or behaviour. 

This obvious fact
notwithstanding, there is no law in Nigeria, ECOWAS, AU or United
Nations that empowers the Nigerian armed forces to kidnap and 
detain people at will without recourse to a court of law.

“The periodic harassment of those that stood surety for our leader is
a clever ploy to drum the false narrative into the brains of Nigerians
that our leader jumped bail, when in actual fact, it was the army that
invaded his home and killed 28 people in the process.

What the
government may have succeeded in doing is convincing some gullible
people that deadly invasion of Kanu’s home by Nigerian soldiers that led
to many being shot dead and injured, doesn’t matter and should be


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