Why FG refused to release Nnamdi Kanu - IPOB


Nnamdi Kanu: IPOB Leader

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Monday said the refusal of the Federal Government to release their leader, Nnamdi Kanu was his refusal to accept financial inducement to drop the struggle.

Emma Powerful, IPOB’s spokesman, in a statement said the group was aware that the Federal Government had been lobbying the international community to enlist their support against Biafra liberation, but that they would not succeed.

IPOB said anybody distracting or causing division in the IPOB family is a tool knowingly or unknowingly working for the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The group added that the fact remained that Biafra is a divine project and had gone beyond any single individual, including Kanu.

It stated that millions of the oppressed Biafran youths, home and abroad, were now more aware and conscious than ever and that it was only a matter of time for Biafra to come into existence.

“It can only be delayed but certainly not suppressed. Our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu must be released unconditionally. So, the Federal Government won’t achieve their aim because our leader Kanu and IPOB members committed no crime known to law both locally and internationally.

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“Again, we want to raise the alarm that the Department of State Services has concluded plans to hold and keep torturing three innocent Igbo women in solitary confinement without allowing them out of their tiny cell at all.

“These innocent women were being held under such conditions because they have refused to lie against our leader, so the DSS intend to break their spirits.

“Their annoyance with our leader is his blunt refusal to take properties and monetary inducement offered him to abandon the struggle for Biafra liberation,’ the group said.

IPOB said the DSS is going to courts and obtaining black market orders to detain Biafrans indefinitely and that one of the judges issuing such orders is Justice Maha of Federal High Court Abuja.

The group stated that the world should be aware of this and that they must be made to account for their crimes.

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