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Biafra: We’ll never allow Nnamdi Kanu to be tried secretly — IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, have said they will resist any attempt by the Nigerian federal government to secretly try its detained leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The group made this known on Saturday while condemning the denial of journalists, monarchs and lawyers access to the premises of the Abuja High Court on October 21, 2021 during Kanu’s trial.

IPOB spokesperson, Emma Powerful, said the Nigerian government must respect international law in dealing with Nnamdi Kanu, saying the group will not allow him to be tried under Sharia law.

“We all saw how lawyers, journalists, Igbo delegates and respected traditional rulers and other people who came from all around the world to witness his court case were restricted and denied access into the court premises by security agents who kept them outside under the scorching heat of the sun. What a humiliation and wickedness!,” said Emma Powerful in the statement received by OAK METRO.

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“We cannot accept that anymore. We can never allow our leader onyendu Mazi Nnamdi KANU to be tried SECRETLY and we can never also allow him to be tried under SHARIA law under any guise. NIGERIA must follow International laws in handling our leader,” he added.

The group also said the southeastern region of Nigeria will be closed from November 5, if its detained leader is not released.

“Unless the federal government releases him unconditionally before November 4, we shall sacrifice one week for him as a warning protest to convey to our oppressors that Nnamdi Kanu represents over 70 million Biafrans.

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“Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is in DSS dungeon today because of his passion for Biafra independence, and we must sacrifice all we can to ensure that he regains his freedom. He has sacrificed so much for us all, so we must be prepared to sacrifice little for him,” said IPOB.

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