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Has he been killed or Poisoned? — Family, lawyer asks as DSS deny them access to Nnamdi Kanu

Aloy Ejimakor, Nnamdi Kanu’s special counsel, said the Department of State Services (DSS) denied lawyers access to the leader Indigenous People of Biafra, raising concerns about his well-being in detention.

Ejimakor, while sounding the alarm on Monday, revealed that lawyers had been denied access to Kanu twice.

“Last Thursday, we were not allowed visitation with Onyendu because, according to DSS, the “special squad” incharge of visitations went on “outside assignment”, said Ejimakor.

“They asked us to come on Monday (today). Today, we‘re at DSS. They’re telling us the same thing. We DISAGREE,” the legal practitioner added in the tweet on Monday.

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Prince Emmanuel Kanu, the younger brother of the detained separatist leader confirmed the information, saying his brother’s life is in danger.

He said, “I have been denied access to see Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB leader) in two separate occasions at the department of state security services Abuja.

“As lawless as the DSS is, it goes to show that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s life is in grave danger.It remains the order of the court that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB leader) must be seen twice weekly, Mondays and Thursday. Why can’t I see him? Has he been killed or Poisoned? There must be prove of life. We demand a prove of life.”

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The trial of the IPOB leader, kidnapped in Kenya and illegally repatriated to Nigeria, is due to resume in court on April 8, 2022.

He faces charges of treason and other unfounded crimes for calling for a referendum on an independent state known as Biafra.

Source: Oak Metro

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