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Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu now Prisoner of Heart – IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Friday, pronounced its chief, Nnamdi Kanu, as a detainee of inner voice.

IPOB said Kanu, who is in the care of the Department of State Services, DSS, was captured for submitting no offense.

Emma Powerful, the representative of IPOB, said its chief just pushed for self-assurance because of the apparent abuse of the southeast.

An assertion by Powerful peruses: “Following the phenomenal version of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria without legitimate documentation for doing as such and long detainment and confinement of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in DSS care, we the worldwide development and group of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) wish to state completely to individuals of the world that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is currently proclaimed Prisoner Of Conscience.

“In 2015 Nnamdi Kanu was first captured and exposed to a deplorable infringement of his major freedoms. Later his extraordinary break from the tactical intrusion of his home in 2017, he was stole in Kenya and renditioned to Nigeria in June this year.

“Mazi Nnamdi KANU has been in DSS confinement in Abuja since the time then, at that point. We, consequently, need to illuminate the world, most acculturated nations and the African mainland that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is battling for the opportunity and self-assurance of his kin in light of the fact that under the United Nations Charter, to which Nigeria is a signatory, self-assurance isn’t a wrongdoing.

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“Under the African Union Charter. to which Nigeria is a signatory, Self Determination isn’t a wrongdoing. Under the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, especially Article 20, CAP A9, self-assurance isn’t a wrongdoing. In actuality and law, Self Determination is perceived as a right, both locally and universally. Most importantly, Self Determination is a political assessment, which is perceived as a key right under the Nigerian Constitution.

“It’s a question of openly available report that many concerned residents practicing their privileges to serene dissent fought the imprisonment of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu yet were slaughtered without hesitating by Nigerian security administrations.

“A lot more were captured without preliminary. Some vanished and have never been found till today.

“During the tactical intrusion of his home, code-named activity Python dance, Mazi Kanu was nearly killed put something aside for his supernatural departure.

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“In 2021 he was captured by the Nigerian government in Kenya and exposed to remarkable interpretation to Nigeria without wanting to and against all standards and rules of global law.

“In the two cases, he submitted no offense known to law. He just supported self-assurance for his kin and all mistreated people groups in Nigeria.

“He did as such calmly by articulating the times of mistreatment, underestimation, imbalance, Apartheid, mercilessness and decimation to which his kin and all abused people groups in Nigeria have been oppressed.

“Furthermore considering those complaints, he requested a mandate on self-assurance and self-rule for the native people groups of Biafra (IPOB) and all abused gatherings and admirers of opportunity.

“In doing as such he bore no vindictiveness nor disdain against any gathering. He just requested self-assurance as cherished in the African Charter and the United Nations contract the two of which Nigeria is a signatory.

“In calmly articulating the complaints of a harmed and abused individuals and in looking for self-assurance for every such individuals; Nnamdi Kanu overstepped no law inside or outside Nigeria.

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“The native people groups of Biafra (IPOB) has been and stays a serene association, without any disdain or viciousness and completely dedicated to its points and goals through quiet fair means as perceived by worldwide law.

“Having respects in this manner to all of the abovementioned and his proceeded with extrajudicial confinement; we thus pronounce Mazi Nnamdi Kanu a “Detainee Of Conscience”.

“We do as such in light of the fact that like Nelson Mandela, he overstepped no law nor submitted any offense. He just pushed opportunity for his kin from long term Apartheid level abuse and oppression.

“We utilize this chance to advise the world to progressing extrajudicial confinements, oppression and boundless common freedoms infringement in Nigeria.

“Along these lines, we approach the United States, the incredible territory of Isreal, the European Union, the African Union, the United Nations, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and all admirers of opportunity to mediate before it’s past the point of no return.”

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