Five Questions Nigerian Government Yet To Answer – Nnamdi Kanu’s Brother

Emmanuel Kanu, a brother to the detained chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has mentioned the household has about 5 unclear points which the Nigerian authorities is silently ignoring within the “abduction of Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria.”

He additionally noticed the IPOB chief’s seize as a repeat of what occurred in 1984, when President Muhammadu Buhari who was then a navy Head of State, allegedly tried to abduct Umar Dikko from the United Kingdom.

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Kanu’s brother, Emmanuel, questioned the Nigerian authorities led by the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General, Abubakar Malami, within the trial on why; one, Kanu’s crime for him to be hidden and tortured in Kenya; two, his crime whereas in Kenya to be dehumanized; three, whether or not there was any crime towards him within the United Kingdom.

He added that the federal government needed to converse on who arrested Kanu since Kenya denied his arrest; and lastly; why crime has he dedicated to be pressured to Nigeria?

Speaking with The Nation, he mentioned, “It was not funny; because when the news was broken to us, we had to ask a couple of questions which, up till now, nobody has provided answers to. Even the federal government has not.

“The question is what has he done to be abducted from Kenya? Did he commit any crime in Kenya? Was there any crime against him in the UK? If there were, there are processes to be met before taking somebody away from a particular country, which were obviously not followed.

“It is a pure case of kidnapping and a repeat of what happened in 1984 when the same president attempted abducting Umaru Dikko. The question that we are asking is what has he (Nnamdi) done? Who arrested him, because the Keyan government has apparently denied arresting him?”

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Five Questions Nigerian Government Yet To Answer – Nnamdi Kanu’s Brother

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