31-day target date to free Nnamdi Kanu – Niger Delta ex-militant leaders

31-day target date to free Nnamdi Kanu – Niger Delta ex-militant leaders

Niger Delta ex-militant leaders in support of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) struggle have actually offered Federal Government 31-day deadline to free the leader of the group and also Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, or face the effects.
Also, the former warlords cautioned safety and security agencies versus damaging the life of the IPOB leader, who is restrained at Kuje Prison. Speaker of the worried ex-militants, simply identified as General Ben, warned that at the expiration of the final word, they would resume enormous abduction of migrants as an initial step.
The representative declared that Federal Government ought to not undervalue the activities of the militants in the Niger Delta, regardless of the variety of soldiers deployed versus them.

He fumed: “The ex-militant leaders in Ebeocha IPOB are alerting the Federal Government as well as are offering them 31 days to launch Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB and Director of Radio Biafra.
“We are offering Federal Government deadline; if they fail to launch him, the country would certainly be vandalised. He is battling a merely cause. Absolutely nothing should take place to him and also Federal Government must not forget just what we can do,” he endangered.
They implicated the Federal Government of marginalising a section of the country, mentioning that the approach of the Presidency on concerns approaching the whole geo-political areas were treated unjustly and with prejudice.

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Talking on the recent invasion of the residences of their classmates by safety and security operatives, General Ben said the activity was implied to frighten them. “Federal Government wishes to utilize by doing this to damage us. But we are cautioning that they (FG) must not forget our abilities. They think we can be frightened by that strategy. No way!
“Federal Government should recognize that the apprehension of Nnamdi Kanu as well as raid of the homes of our colleagues suffice needs to break down the culture.”.
“It is sad. We are not happy due to the fact that points are not functioning the proper way in the country. We are marginalised as well as pursued. We are saying ‘enough is enough’. We are no more interested in this country again,” he declared.

1 Comment

    • Abiodun Adebanjo
      Abiodun Adebanjo
      January 25, 2016

      Unfortunately, the slow pace at which justice is dispensed in Nigeria is a challenge to the court system in Nigeria. The case against Nnamdi Kanu is a serious one. Unfortunately the continuous incarceration of this man shall continue to generate protest in the South East.

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