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Kenyan Govt Confirmed Nnamdi Kanu’s Extradition Illegal, No Record Of Arrest – Kanunta

The Kenyan government has affirmed that the capture of Nnamdi Kanu, head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, didn’t go through removal procedures. It unveiled this in a safeguard documented under the watchful eye of a Kenyan court in light of a suit started by Kanu’s sibling, Kingsley Kanunta.

Kanu’s sibling, Kingsley Kanunta unveiled this in an assertion he marked, named: “Kenya affirms in Court that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu didn’t go through removal procedures in Kenya.”

The IPOB pioneer was captured and removed from Kenya in June 2021.

Following public objection, the Kenyan government had denied inclusion in Kanu’s captured and removal. Nonetheless, Kanunta said the Kenyan government has no information on Kanu’s capture in its country.

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As indicated by the assertion: “On second November 2021, the Government of Kenya documented its guard to the suit I had before recorded in Kenya for the benefit of my sibling, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“In the said protection that it recorded in Court, Kenya has continued in its refusals, however it went further to affirm that my sibling was denied the advantage of the fair treatment of removal in Kenya or even a legal capture.

“Specifically, the safeguard the Kenyan Government documented in court expressed in significant part “That there are no removal procedures to legitimize that the Government of Kenya is liable for the subject’s removal”.

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It further expressed “That there is no record from any of the Police station inside the Country to demonstrate that the subject in issue was legitimately captured and kept for motivations behind starting removal procedures”.

He focused on that the position of the Kenyan government had shown that Kanu’s capture was unlawful. Kanunta kept up with that the Nigerian Government can not profit from its off-base doings for Kanu’s situation.

“It should be underscored that above affirmations have formally affirmed our since a long time ago stood firm on footing that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s exchange from Kenya to Nigeria is unlawful, not legal as was asserted by the Nigerian Government.

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“This most recent disclosure, formally made in open Court by Kenya, further hardens our standing position that the Nigerian Government can’t profit from its own wrong by exposing my sibling to preliminary.

“As the following hearing date unfurls to seventh December 2021, additional legitimate cycles will be in view. Our prompt objective is to get the unrestricted arrival of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from detainment,” the assertion added.

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