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Nnamdi Kanu may die in solitary confinement – US lawmaker ask Buhari to release IPOB leader

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A lawmaker within the State of Texas Home of Representatives, Jarvis Johnson has lamented that Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra, IPOB, would possibly die in solitary confinement.

To this finish, Johnson urged the Nigerian Authorities to launch Kanu on account of his deteriorating well being.

Johnson stated the Nigerian Authorities was committing genocide towards the Igbo folks by refusing to launch Kanu.

He made the decision in a press release he signed and forwarded to DAILY POST by Kanu’s Particular Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor.

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He recounted how the Nigerian Authorities allegedly kidnapped Kanu in Kenya and refused to launch him regardless of court docket orders and calls by the United Nations Working Group.

The assertion reads partly: “Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is the foremost Freedom Fighter for the rights of oppressed folks in Nigeria.

“The Nigerian Authorities has refused to obey the orders of its personal courts, and Kanu stays in solitary confinement enforced by its Secret Police.

“Kanu’s well being circumstances have been ignored by Nigeria’s Secret Police. He has been denied entry to his docs and to the common provide of his medicines.

“His well being has more and more deteriorated, and it’s now feared that he might die in solitary confinement.”

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Johnson identified that Kanu’s solely offence was his agitation for Biafra.

He urged the US authorities to prevail on its Nigerian counterpart to cease the genocide towards Kanu.

“I’m demanding the quick launch of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The Authorities of Nigeria must adjust to the UN Mandate and the Orders of its personal Courts. The Nigerian Authorities is finishing up one other type of genocide, one citizen at a time,” he added.

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