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Release Nnamdi Kanu to avoid doomsday, IPOB warns Buhari

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has called on the Nigerian government to release its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The call was made by IPOB’s spokesperson, Emma Powerful, in a statement issued on Saturday.

According to the statement, Kanu’s health is deteriorating rapidly in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS), and he requires urgent medical attention.

IPOB has demanded his immediate and unconditional release, in accordance with court orders.

Powerful warned that those who have been torturing Kanu using “the instrument of injustice and coercion” will not break his resolve.

He also stated that Kanu is a “living legend” that Biafrans will not trade for anything in the world.

The call for Kanu’s release is not new. IPOB has been demanding his freedom for several years, arguing that his detention is illegal and unjust.

Kanu was first arrested in 2015 and charged with treasonable felony, among other offenses.

He was released on bail in 2017, but his bail was revoked in 2019 after he jumped bail and fled the country.

Kanu was later arrested in Kenya in June 2021 and extradited to Nigeria, where he has been in DSS custody ever since.

He is currently facing trial on charges of terrorism, treasonable felony, and illegal possession of firearms.

The case has generated a lot of controversy and international attention, with many human rights groups and activists calling for Kanu’s release.

The Nigerian government has defended Kanu’s detention, arguing that he is a threat to national security and has violated several laws.

IPOB, however, has dismissed these claims, arguing that Kanu is a peaceful agitator who is fighting for the rights of the Igbo people and the restoration of the Biafran state.

The group has vowed to continue its campaign for Kanu’s release and the actualization of Biafra.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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