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The Biafra Quest and the Unconscionable Incarceration of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Injustice is engendered by the United Nations human rights organization’s selective application and enforcement of their resolution and charter. This is uncaring of a global organization that is regarded as a powerful and uncompromising institution for enforcing equity, fairness, and justice. This is to remind the United Nations Human Rights Organization and the high commission of human rights that the Human rights instruments were referred to as the “Core Instrument” in General Assembly Resolution 39/46 on December 10, 1984.

The Convention against torture, cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or subjugation was ratified there. Considered in accordance with the United Nations charter’s principles, the state parties to this convention firmly adopted the recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of all people worldwide. Additionally, it laid the groundwork for world peace, justice, and freedom. acknowledging that these rights are derived from and ingrained in the human person’s inherent dignity. Taking into consideration the charter’s obligation to promote universal respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, particularly article 55.

Biafrans are writing to the United Nations Human Rights Office at the High Commission asking, “Dear sir/ma What is the crime of the Biafrans that they were excluded and trampled upon and deprived her citizens of the right for freedom?” in light of articles 5 and 7 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, both of which stipulate that no one shall be subjected to torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment. Is Biafra not a member of the universe that is entitled to freedom and does it not belong there?

When it comes to the people of Biafra, why will the universal declaration be selective? Why will the international covenant and resolution defend and protect some people while excluding others?

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What crime has Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, committed? We expect a response from a respectable and dignified organization like the United Nations Human Rights Organization.

By making decisive efforts to persuade the Nigerian government, a member of the United Nations, to respect the law that discharged and acquitted our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, we assign the human rights organization the responsibility of demonstrating that it is not selective in its fight to protect justice, equity, and peace for the entire world.

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The declaration’s protection against torture and other cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment should also be considered by the United Nations Human Rights Organization.

We want to bring the attention of the United Nations Human rights organizations to their convention resolution of 10 December 1984, which was further adopted by the general assembly on December 9, 1975, with the intention of making the fight against torture and the marginalization of persons more effective on a global scale.

Section 2.1: To prevent torture in any territory under its control, each state party must implement effective legislative, administrative, judicial, or other measures. this agreement, which came into effect on June 26, 1987.

On November 13, 2022, the Nigerian court of appeal acquitted our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. However, the Nigerian federal government led by Muhammadu Buhari and the attorney general of the federation, Abubakar Malami, continued to torture and treat our leader in an inhuman and degrading manner in the Department of Security Service DSS dungeon. The fact that our leader was subjected to mental torture and degrading treatments is one of the reasons why the United Nations’ human rights law won’t be biased. The law shouldn’t be biased only toward Africa or Biafra.

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The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide family is urging the United Nations human rights office to use her good office in accordance with her laws, resolutions, and charters to stand up for and defend the rights of every state member and the entire world. Sanctions should be enforced by the United Nations, as should the obligation to abide by international agreements made by an eminent body like itself and other human rights organizations.

Abubakar Malami, the Nigerian government’s Adolf Hitler, has defied the UN working committee’s request to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and compensate him for his injuries. As a result, prompt and effective actions are required.

Edited by Citizen Patrick Anagor and Written by Sabinus Gab for Family Writers Press International

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