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Nigeria won’t know peace until Nnamdi Kanu’s release – Actress Rita Edochie

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 Nigeria gained’t know peace till Nnamdi Kanu’s launch – Actress Rita Edochie Well-known Nollywood actress and tv persona Rita Edochi…

 Nigeria gained’t know peace till Nnamdi Kanu’s launch – Actress Rita Edochie

Well-known Nollywood actress and tv persona Rita Edochie has said that Nigeria won’t ever know peace till the federal authorities launch the chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

Whereas condemning the continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu after the Attraction Court docket ruling, she warned that it’s going to be the worst expertise ought to something occur to him in detention.

The actress, who, in a submit shared on her Instagram web page on Monday, known as on the folks of the south-east to unite and demand Kanu’s launch, nevertheless, famous that the south-east might by no means obtain its push for the presidency with out Kanu’s assist.

She mentioned, “The continual detention of Mazi Nnamdi Okwu Kanu will preserve dividing Nigeria. As long as Kanu remains to be being detained, Nigeria won’t ever know peace. Ndi Igbo I snigger, ndi Igbo get up. Onye Igbo can by no means odor presidency with out Mazi Nnamdi Okwu Kanu.

“It’s a religious factor. Struggle to your personal first, and God will end the battle. Ndi Igbo let nothing occur to our nice brother Nnamdi Kanu as a result of it’s going to be our worst expertise. Chukwu okike abiama is ready for Ndi Igbo to behave. God shouldn’t be sleeping.”

The Abuja Division of the Court docket of Attraction had, in October 2022, discharged Kanu of the 15-count terrorism fees introduced in opposition to him by the federal authorities, and The appellate court docket, in a unanimous determination, faulted the method by means of which Kanu was introduced earlier than the Federal Excessive Court docket to reply to 15-count terrorism fees.

Nnamdi Kanu has been within the Division of State Companies (DSS) custody after his unlawful arrest and extradition from Kenya to Nigeria in June 2021.

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