…describes action as betrayal
While the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu is still remanded in the DSS office waiting for the next adjourned appearance in court, the leadership of the IPOB has appealed with the Igbo nation to shun activities of any sort with both the government of Kenya and the entire people of Kenya, describing them as bunch of betrayals.
In a press release signed by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful and made available to the media, he accused Kenyan government of arresting, mal-handling and finally handing over of their leader to the Nigerian government upon collecting certain amounts from the Nigerian government.
Powerful who described the denial of involvement in the said crime by the Kenyan government as a mere defence insists that Kenyan government fell prey to Nigerian antics given its interest in Nigeria oils, pointing out that they would pay dearly for that crime.
Nnamdi Kanu was few weeks ago, arrested in Kenya and after eight days of alleged inhuman maltreatment meted on him he was repatriated to Nigeria, an act which has been described as against the known international laws.
However, the arrest of Kanu has attracted various reactions, while some commended the Federal Government for the arrest; majority condemned the action of the Federal Government which according to them is against the international laws on repatriation.
While Kanu appears in court for his continued trial on July 26, various group which include the Igbo lawyers in Britain have threatened to sue Kenyan Government for the said act while Igbo living in Germany would be having 10,000 protest march on Friday against the continued detention of Kanu.
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