Three Countries Involve In IPOB Leader’s Detention – Kanu’s Lawyer

The legal representative of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, Eloy Ejemkor, claims that three countries, Kenya, Britain and Nigeria, played a role in Kanu’s arrest and detention.

On Sunday, Ejimakor took to Twitter to address these allegations.

He proposed that Kenya, who was supposed to express its condolences, should demand that Kanu return.

He berated the United Kingdom for failing to protect Kano, who holds a British passport.

Despite calls from former Prime Minister Boris Johnson to the British government, little progress has been made on Kanu’s release.

The lawyer also blamed Nigeria for not following its own laws.

Despite the Abuja Court of Appeal dismissing the terrorism charges against him on October 13, 2022, the detention of the IPOB leader has continued.

Reflecting on the situation, Ejimakor said;

Mazi Kanu Kanu would be released, if Kenya would show remorse for wanting him to be returned to Kenya if Britain protects him as they protected Umar Dikko in 1984 and if Nigeria decides to obey the law.





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