The Chairman of Air Peace, Allen Onyema, has uncovered when the confined head of the banished Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, will be delivered.
Naija News reports that Kanu, who is confronting a 11-count charge of treacherous crime, psychological warfare and unlawful ownership of guns, among others, hopped bail in 2017.
The IPOB pioneer was re-captured in Kenya and removed back to Nigeria on the 27th of June, 2021 to deal with the indictments.
Talking at an occasion in Lagos State at the end of the week, Onyeama communicated positive thinking that the Muhammadu Buhari government will deliver the secessionist chief “very soon”.
The Air Peace administrator added that the President isn’t against Ndigbo, as being conjectured by IPOB and some individual in the South East.
Onyeama requested that Ndigbo approach the President the correct way and with intelligence to find solutions to their inquiries and fomentations.
“This president, President Muhammadu Buhari quote me, I say it once more, he isn’t against Ndigbo. In the event that you approach him the correct way, he will tune in.”
“President Muhammadu Buhari will one day discharge our sibling [Nnamdi Kanu].
“Myself, I don’t have any acquaintance with him (President Buhari). Yet, I have advanced certain solicitations, and he regarded them. He regarded my request(s),” he added.
In the mean time, a few Nigerians experience landed themselves in difficulty with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) over their contribution in sentiment tricks.
The Nigerians, eleven in number have all been prosecuted by a US government excellent jury for charges of extortion connivance, illegal tax avoidance, mail and wire misrepresentation scheme.
They are said to have made rich widows, separated from people, and older women the objective of their sentiment trick.
They were captured by the FBI during a strike on Wednesday in different pieces of the United States including DFW, Eastern District of Texas, Dallas, Lubbock, Los Angeles and charged in the Northern District of Texas.
Those captured and later charged to court are David Animashaun, 38; Oluwalobamise Michael Moses, 40; Irabor Fatarr Musa, 51; Ijeoma Okoro, 31; Chukwemeka Orji, 36; Emanuel Stanley Orji, 35; Frederick Orji, 37; Uwadiale Esezobor, 36; Victor Idowu, 36; Afeez Abiola Alao, 37; and Ambrose Sunday Ohide, 47.
The prosecuted people face as long as 30 years in government jail for charges against them in case they are in the end sentenced.