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BREAKING: UN takes a Swipe on Nigeria over unlawful arrest, repatriation of Nnamdi Kanu
The United Nations wing responsible for monitoring activities of countries in violation of her charter has on Monday took a swipe on the Nigerian government over the recent arrest of Mr. Nnamdi Kanu.
The Geneva-based non-governmental organization had indicated concern on details covering circumstances the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Kanu was apprehended and further repatriated to Nigeria.
The tweet read: “Nigeria refuses to provide any details on their arrest of indigenous leader Nnamdi Kanu.
It further warned Nigeria and reminded the country is presently wrongly on rights of Nnamdi Kanu which the organization oversees.
It continued: “Nigeria sits on the U.N. committee that oversees human rights NGOs
Conspiracy theories have suggested the Nigerian federal authorities may have entered illegal understanding with the Kenyan government to trace/track the movement of Kanu within Eastern Africa.
Mr. Kanu has shared residence with Israel, United States, and others years in the past as a British citizen without any interruption or wanting.
The AGF had informed the Kanu was arrest to continue his case with the Court and maintained due process was followed but failed to share details of his arrest or repatriation.
However, IPOB was tagged as a ‘terrorist organization by Mohammadu Buhari-led government for holding unlawful organization. The IPOB leader, Kanu additionally was slammed by the government a treasonable felony and arms possession.