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Extrajudicial killings: Wike, Generals won’t be free till their dying day – Nnamdi Kanu
Nigerian leaders, politicians, and all those involved in carrying out extrajudicial killings within the country are set to meet their Waterloo.
In a clip retrieve by SCANNEWS24 the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) people stated both Army generals sending their juniors to conduct killings in the country have no hiding place.
He asserted that the Rivers State governor, who was alleged to have spearheaded Obigbo Massacre, will have no peace until his dying day.
He made the assertion four days ago on a live broadcast while addressing continued security issues affecting some parts of the South East.
He commended the move by the International Criminal Court to investigate Nigeria military’s involvement in the killing of innocent citizens.
Though, he regretted that ICC is coming way too late following numerous atrocities committed by President Mohammadu Buhari’s administration adding that they will not be swept under the carpet.
He lamented that a lot of families are dying and many are grieving for the loss of their loved ones, noting they all need vengeance.
Kanu said the establishment of the Eastern Security Network is occasioned to secure communities in the South against rampaging herders who have turned farms, forests into killing and rapping fields.