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The Federal Government’s recent release of 101 Boko Haram terrorists from Ikoyi Prison has been condemned by the Indigenous People of Biafra.
IPOB claimed that the government was unlawfully detaining IPOB’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu, and other members in a variety of detention facilities across Nigeria while it was releasing known terrorists.
“This Federal Government covertly sponsors and supports terrorists who have massacred a lot of people by the way they colluded with the terrorists to free their members from Kuje Prison a few months ago,” IPOB noted in a press release by Comrade Emma Powerful, the Media and Publicity Secretary.
The remaining terrorists have been unconditionally released from Ikoyi Prison by the same government.
He added, “These terrorists freed by their government were either freed to prepare for National Jihad as the Fulanization agenda is at its final stage or exchanged with the Abuja train hostages.”
“These Boko Haram terrorists detained in Ikoyi, Lagos, were released on Presidential or cabals’ orders, and we are aware that no court freed or granted them bail since their detention in 2019.
They have been unconditionally released to continue the Caliphate’s lucrative business of terrorism and jihad.
“The IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was kidnapped by the Nigerian government and is still being held in solitary confinement with other IPOB members unjustly.
“The Nigerian government is telling us that no other tribe’s people are important; the only people who matter are the murderous terrorists, demonstrating that Ndigbo and other tribes are not needed in Nigeria.”
However, IPOB demanded that the government immediately grant unconditional release to Kanu and other IPOB members held in various Nigerian security facilities.
“Because self-determination is a fundamental human right on both an international and local scale, we are urging men and women of good conscience all over the world to persuade Nigeria’s government and its security to unconditionally release IPOB Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and other IPOB members.
If Nigeria wants peace, the leader of theIPOB and other members must be released.
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