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It is puzzling that South-East Governors have not spoken about Kanu’s detention- IPOB



The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leadership has expressed concern about the governors of the south-east’s silence regarding Nnamdi Kanu’s ongoing detention.
The group asserts that the Igbo political leaders’ silence did not indicate that Kanu was their true son as previously claimed.
Akahi News learned that IPOB’s director of media and publicity, Emma Powerful, said in a statement that the Department of State Services (DSS)’s continued detention of its leader after the Court of Appeal discharged him was against his fundamental human rights.
The sentence was as follows:The silence of south-east governors and political leaders is cause for concern following the landmark October 13, 2022 decision by the Federal Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja that acquitted Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the Ohamadike of Biafra land, of all the fabricated charges brought against him by the Fulani government of Nigeria.
“Despite the fact that a court of competent jurisdiction, the Court of Appeal, has discharged and acquitted him of all the charges brought against him by the Nigerian government, we the global movement and family of the Indigenous People of Biafra under the command and leadership of our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are compelled to ask Igbo governors, senators, members of the House of Representatives, ministers, and members of the House of Assembly in every state in Bia
“IPOB has been observing the Igbo politicians’ demeanor since the Appeal Court ruled in favor of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s favor. We wonder if these politicians are cowards and afraid of the Fulani government or if they are involved in their son’s kidnapping and extraordinary rendition.They are cowards and unworthy to represent our people at every Nigerian event if they are afraid of the Fulani cabal, which is in charge of the country’s affairs.
“IPOB is asking these questions because our patience is not infinite and never will be.”The DSS’s continued detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu despite the Court of Appeal’s ruling and the political leaders in the south-east’s subsequent silence leave much to be desired.As their children are routinely kidnapped and killed without a trial, these so-called political, traditional, and religious leaders maintain the same silence.This mentality must be changed, and there is still a brief window of opportunity to do so and to be very proactive in your own defense.
“The Nigerian Government has no moral or legal basis to continue Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s persecution because a court of competent jurisdiction has discharged and acquitted him.
“If they stand firm and strong in condemning the utterances and actions of Alhaji Abubakar Malami and the Fulani APC government whose intention it is to subvert the constitution and judicial pronouncement of the Court of Appeal, the ruling of the Court of Appeal should embolden the South-East governors and politicians of south-east extraction to demand that the rule of law must be upheld rather than be concerned or afraid of being subjected to a witch hunt.
“Malami and his people can as much as they want to hate Biafrans, especially Ndigbo, but their hatred will never stop justice from being served in the case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra. Their hatred will never take away the grace of God from us.”
“Leaders and stakeholders of the Igbo people ought to stand tall and make their position known to us.This is not the time to sit on the fence or remain silent.

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