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Over a hundred thousand IPOB gather in Berlin for Nnamdi Kanu release (Video)
Germany appears to be among countries being supportive of Biafran agitators and their activities and today was not an exception.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in a mammoth crowd, walk through a number of streets of Berlin chanting, calling for the release of their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from detention.
Accompanied by several cops, the protestors who were seen with Biafra insignia, banners, placards, and branded T-shirts expressed displeasure.
A week after a hundred million naira bounty was placed on the IPOB leader by over seventy Northern coalition groups, Kanu was brought to before high court Abuja on 28 June 2021.
AGF Malami who addressed newsmen noted that the Radio Biafra Director was rearrested to continue charges on felony and possession of firearms bud failed to give details on the repatriation process.
Nnamdi Kanu had escaped saving his life, the personal lawyer said, to Israel after joint security operatives invaded his home in Afaraukwu, killing many and destroying properties worth millions.
Year after, parents to the agitator died months apart following sustained psychological issues during a lethal attack at the family house, Ifeanyi Ejiofor told journalists.
IPOB leadership had accused the Kenyan government of undue arrest, detention, torture, and unlawful repatriation of their leader.
However, Kenya has denied involvement called for an investigation.
Both Britain and United Nations seek further explanation surrounding Kanu’s arrest which indicates to be a breach of international law on rights and abuse. Watch