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British Citizen join IPOB protest in London, Blasts Gov’t Over Support to detain Kanu (Video)
A British Citizen was on Tuesday sighted among protesters in London calling for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
The angry protestor who expressed bitterness during the rally queried why the clampdown on Biafra agitation is not being discussed at the governmental levels.
He further questioned why the international media outlets have decided to shut off on Biafra of over a million people residing outside Nigeria.
The leader of the group, Kanu was said to be picked and detained for eight days by Kenyan cops for an unidentified reason.
The government, secretly handed over to the Nigerian government on reason to continue pending cases at the federal high court.
However, Chief Justice, Malami has not explained the circumstances of which the IPoB chief was unlawfully rearrested.
Meanwhile, the move to involve the British consular was subsequently denied by AGF. The Lead Lawyers, Ejiofor, Ejimakor had requested assistance from the British government, and documents were delivered to get Kanu’s signature on.
Kanu who is also a British citizen was expected to appear in court on 26 July. The Department of State Service failed to release him for proceedings. Continuation of the case will hold 21 October 2021. Video