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Wike reveals Why Nnamdi Kanu is Still Detained Against Court Order
Chief Barrister Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has threatened to disclose disturbing reasons why Nigeria’s government under President Mohammadu Buhari has refused to set free the Biafra agitator and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.
A gathered report widely read on Opera News Hub noted that Governor Wike said if discloses the secrets behind Kanu’s continued detention would have no other choice than to free him, immediately.
Speaking further, the online tabloid quoted Wike, that Nnamdi Kanu has remained in the DSS detention facility because he declined to dance ‘their tune’.
Wike added, that Mr. Buhari requested him (Kanu) to do something and he refused, affirming if the content of the requests are made open to the public, the country would rather divided.
In his words: “if I talk now, they will say that Wike is talking too much, but if I reveal the secret that still keeps Nnamdi Kanu in detention, he will be released immediately, and I am really sure that this country will be divided after saying it.
The Rivers State Governor also pointedly asserted: “Nnamdi Kanu refused to dance to the tune of the federal government of Nigeria; that is why he is still in their co-study.