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Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has rejected pleas for his release, calling it an insult to him and his cause.
Kanu expressed his frustration during a visit from his lawyers, stating that begging the Federal Government to release him would be disrespectful to the memory of late Pa Mbazulike Amaechi.
Kanu revealed that Amaechi had repeatedly traveled from the South East to Abuja to plead with the government to honor his dying wish, but his request was disregarded.
Kanu expressed gratitude to those calling for his release and clarified that he has already been discharged by a judgment from the Court of Appeal, which also prohibited his further trial and detention.
Meanwhile, IPOB has accused the Federal Government of running away from the court by repeatedly adjourning Kanu’s case, claiming that they have no evidence or case against him.
The group expressed frustration with the continuous detention of Kanu despite court judgments discharging and acquitting him.
They questioned the delay and adjournments at the Supreme Court and criticized the government for illegally detaining Kanu.
This article was updated 3 months ago