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IPOB Directorate of State briefs on Nnamdi Kanu’s health, plans ahead (Video)
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Directorate of state briefs members on the health state of their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who is presently held under the Department of State Security, Abuja.
According to AGF, Kanu was rearrested to further his case bordering on Felony and unlawful possession of guns brought before the federal high court by President Mohammadu Buhari’s led government.
Details on how the IPOB leader was apprehended were not disclosed even as the international community requests for additional explanation on circumstances he was held and repatriated from another country without legal consideration.
addressing during a special broadcast on Friday evening, Chika Edoziem who serves as the HoD assured members that Kanu is well and in high spirit after a visit by his legal lead counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor.
The group’s legal team has mapped out three ways approach ahead of the 26th July rescheduled court seating and is working tirelessly in line with other diplomatic teams.
Edoziem stated that Nigeria and Kenya, countries involved in restricting and tampering with Kanu’s rights and breaking international laws, will pay no matter how long it takes.
Come next continuation of the court hearing, supporters I. Diaspora and home will be in solidarity both spiritually, physically, and otherwise. Promised the DoS will be briefing the public subsequently on unfolding updates.
The leadership warned members to be alert of circulating fake reports and information, assuring no form of lies will be dished out from their desks.
Nnamdi Kanu also encouraged members observing prayer procession to continue reading verses reeled out from the book of Psalm till the conclusion.
Advised principal officers to maintain the group’s code of conduct as a working document given to them, noting IPOB is in a precarious time.
DoS further sounded a warning to members at home to be mindful and wary of food and medical items to be provided by the government.
Those willing to protest but not allowed in their country of residence are advised to deliver to the authority letter of approval given to them.
The leadership, legal team, however, assured not to put the health of Kanu in jeopardy and all members must operate as a family, avoid distraction, and availing themselves to be enemy’s tool. Listen