Nnamdi Kanu’s Life In Danger, As Family Raises Alarm sue US, EU, Others


The United States government, the European Union and Amnesty International has been petitioned by the family of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, to intervene in securing the release of their son, alleging that the Federal Government was planning to kill the IPOB leader.

Nnamdi Kanu
Nnamdi Kanu

In the petition signed by a brother of the IPOB leader, Mr. Emmanuel Kanu, on behalf of the family, and made available to newsmen in Awka, Anambra State, the family revealed that their son and other Biafra agitators detained at Kuje Prisons were being humiliated by the prisons authorities and the officials of the Department of State Services.

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They said the IPOB leader with his fellow detainees were stopped from receiving visitors, because they were allegedly hatching a plan to eliminate him.

Their statement read in part, “We observed with great dismay the conspiracy by the DSS and the prison authorities through their prison wardens to stop Nnamdi Kanu from receiving visitors in Kuje prison, Abuja.

“It is a huge embarrassment on the side of British government who have been denied access to visit Kanu in Kuje prison by the security agents and prison authorities through the prison wardens. The security agents and prison wardens stopped the British people who intended to visit Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in the prison to see the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra.

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“Nevertheless, we observed that the security agents and prison authorities, through the prison wardens, are planning to eliminate Nnamdi Kanu without anybody knowing when it will happen, that is why they are making sure nobody visits him again.”

“In line with this, we are calling on the international community, USA, EU, Amnesty International, Human Right Watch, men and women of good conscience and other relevant human rights organisations around the globe to caution the Federal Government of Nigeria and its security agents to stop their barbaric attitude towards our brother, Kanu.”


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