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IPOB in Kenya makes case for Nnamdi Kanu, met British consulate (Video)
Emerged clip indicates moments some Kenyan-based members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) engaged in a physical disagreement with workers at the British embassy in Kenya.
This is coming two weeks Nigerian government announced rearrest of IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and later brought to Abuja high court to further his case on a felony.
Kanu, who pleaded not guilty for jumping bail was declared wanted after fleeing from a military attack in 2017 at his home in Afaraukwu to Israel.
The angry members, who stormed the embassy with Biafra insignia, banners, and branded T-shirts queried why Kenya could facilitate the illegal arrest and reparation of their leader knowing Nigeria has no law.
The aggrieved men through a letter to the British government warned the authority to ensure no harm is done on Kanu in Nigeria and the representative step up.
They also requested a speedy release of the embattled Radio Biafra Director, be facilitated.
On the side of the consulate, received the enveloped letter to Bori Johnson’s government but appeared nervous appending a signature. On the second thought, the representative signed a number of petitions dropped with him and assured to deliver as required to the Prime Minister.
The protesters departed, singing and chanting after a letter of acceptance was also issued to them.
In separate reports, a British passport belonging to Kanu is said to have been recovered in Kenya indicating the actions by both Nigeria and Kenya followed an illegal process. Watch