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VIDEO: Nnamdi Kanu receives award in detention
When one is good to his people there is always a tendency to return appreciation and possible reward.
The detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu on Sunday reportedly received a leadership award as the ‘Battle Axe of the Lord’.
The award was presented to the IPOB leader by Gracious International Ministry, located at Agbama 2, Umuahia South, Abia State.
The church service which attracted many villagers and congregations living far and near was graced by Kanu’s younger brother.
In a related report, the Pan-Igbo socio-political pressure group, the South East Revival Group (SERG) has urged the Nigerian government to immediately comply with the resolutions of the United Nations, UN Human Rights Council Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, on Kanu to avert a fresh war front amid the current insecurity in most parts of the country.
Recall the UN group had recently indicted both Nigerian and Kenyan Governments for the extraordinary rendition, torture, and continued detention of the IPOB leader without due process. Consequently, the UN resolved and recommended to the federal government to immediately release Kanu unconditionally.
In a statement signed by Chief Willy Ezugwu, the president and national coordinator of the SERG, told F to be responsible and reasonable in handling the recommendations of the UN as part of the bitter pills Nigeria must take to reduce armed struggle in the country.