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Don’t stand as surety, compel FG to release Kanu, IPOB tells Soludo

Nnamdi Kanu

According to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Professor Charles Soludo, the Governor of Anambra State, ought to persuade the Federal Government to unconditionally release Nnamdi Kanu.

According to IPOB, its imprisoned leader Kanu does not require bail because he does not have a case to answer before the Nigerian court.

This was said in response to Soludo’s request that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration release Kanu and that he would guarantee his release.

During the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) campaign flag-off in Awka, the capital of Anambra, on Saturday, Mercy Johnson revealed her cancer journey by saying, “I was placed on medication for life.” Soludo added, “I am making a passionate appeal to the Federal Government to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu unconditionally.”

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He continued, “I want him released to me and I will stand surety for him” if he could not be released without conditions.

“We wish to welcome the recent call by the Governor of Anambra State, Charles Soludo for the unconditional release of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu,” IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary Emma Powerful said in a statement on Monday.

“It is important, therefore, to clarify that our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has no form of indictment or even charge pending against him today before any court by the authority of this judgment,” read a portion of the statement.

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“The Federal Government is currently in violation of this order of a superior court of competent jurisdiction, so the issue of granting bail or otherwise does not arise by any stretch of the imagination.”

“It should be emphasized further that Kanu, who was discharged on October 13, 2022, by the Court of Appeal, does not require surety because he does not currently have a charge on his neck.

“We have gone beyond the issue of surety or no surety, and every genuine call or demand in the current situation should be firmly directed at calling out to the Federal Government of Nigeria to immediately obey the order for the unconditional release of Kanu made by its own court,” the statement reads.

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“May we also remind Governor Soludo and others that Kanu’s current incarceration is unconstitutional, an affront to constitutional democracy, and an affront to the rule of law,” the statement reads.

It continued, “Instead, Governor Soludo should direct all of his efforts toward persuading and forcing the Nigerian rulers to obey their own Law.”

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