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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has formally written to the Nigeria Police and its counterpart, Nigerian military to leave Afaraukwu Community before the burial date.
Kanu made the statement through his lawyer, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor announced on Monday in a video press conference.
He said at his level of practice in law has no idea in any part of the constitution that empowers the security officer of the state to deploy armed military troops to a mourning and peaceful home.
He called on the federal government to avoid impeding bloodshed that may occur in Afaraukwu by withdrawing all security armoured personnel present in the community, noting that the entire South East has been peaceful in a very long while.
Ejiofor said the call is eminent to avoid same incident of brutal assault at his home few months ago leading to death of his wards and burning of his house.
He further urged the federal government to carry out a proper investigation to ascertain the unknown armed men in police and army uniforms that carried out the bloody attack.