IPOB Extols Appeal Court Courage In Kanu’s Release

IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has commanded the bravery of the judges of the Appeal Court in discharging and acquiring its leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

In a statement issued by the media and publicity Secretary of the group, Emma Powerful, IPOB noted that the ruling “has taken sleep away from the Attorney General of Nigeria and DSS’s eyes”.

The group, however, said the “Appeal Court discharged and acquitted Kanu from all charges against him because of Nigeria’s executive rascality in kidnapping and extraordinarily renditioning him from Kenya to Nigeria”.

Besides, the statement added: “United Nations Working group has given them instructions to ensure the quick and unconditional release of our Kanu within six months”.

The group said now that the Appeal Court has also discharged and acquitted him, he should be immediately released.

It added: “Nigeria Presidency has the opportunity to release him unconditionally and save themselves from the shame that will befall them.

“IPOB is ready to bring more shame against them if they delay in releasing Mazi Nnamdi Kanu”.

It decried Malami’s interpretation which may mean they do not understand it or they want to be above the Nigerian constitution.

The group threatened: “We in IPOB will not take such legal barbarism from Malami and those he represents lying down”.

They expressed their “appreciation to the indomitable team of lawyers and thank all who never capitulated until this legal victory was achieved.”



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