Nnamdi Kanu

In line with the arrest of the director of radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, the Indigenous People of Biafra Worldwide and owners of Radio Biafra, have written an open letter to world leaders.

Kanu was apprehended at night on Saturday, October 16th by the Department of State Service, DSS.

A letter by Ifeanyi Chijioke on behalf of the group, said the arrest of Kanu had shown that freedom of speech in Nigeria was a ruse.

The group also threatened to fight the Nigerian government if Kanu was not freed.

“The world leaders must stand up to its integrity, pride, and in defense of the law they made,” the group said, adding that “the UN chatter on the rights of indigenous people had become endangered with the arrest of this leader of indigenous people of Biafra.”

“It’s on record that Nnamdi kanu is a law abiding leader who has disciplined indigenous people of Biafra to strictly abide by local and international law. The gut for his arrest is nothing but slap on the face of United Nations.

“Meanwhile, this is a gross provocation of indigenous people of Biafra and, as endangered people, would only wait shortly for due process and immediate release of her leader.

“The world should know that arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the making of monster in indigenous people of Biafra and to prevent and save lives, world leaders must stand up to their responsibility.

“Biafrans, as endangered species of terror, genocide, murder and unlawful detentions, must be sorted or laws will be taken into their hands.

“Biafrans call on world leaders to prevail on Buhari to with immediate effect release the leader of the people as he is charged with no crime”

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9 COMMENTS

    • Adewale Real I think u are still a child by asking such a childish question. What will a Biafran be doing in Lagos ?? You can just imagine a stupid question asked by a suppose Adult.

  1. The elders who witnessed the biafra war between 1967 and 1970 should have called the young man to order before now.the last time I checked,secession was a treasonable offence and he will be tried under those laws.if the ndigbos want to foment trouble,let them bring it on,let’s end it once and for all but remember that we all witness beginnings of war but not all witness the end.a word is enough for the wise.be guided igbo kwenu

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